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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-17-2009, 03:36 PM
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Exclamation NEED snowboard.Please help!

I recently started Snowboarding and fell in love with this extreme sport.
In January I'm going to be in my Second snowboard vacation (ischgl Austria).
I'm looking to buy new equipment and I need some advice concerning boards

1. My weight is 70 kilos
2. My hight 190 cm.
3. My shoe size 11/5-12
3. I'm a beginner .
4. I'm looking for a good beginner's board .

Can you recommend me on a beginners board.

If anyone can give you free your snowboard (any) will be glad to accept it.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-17-2009, 03:45 PM
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Ok, so I'll do the conversions for you guys.
70 kilograms= 154 lbs
190 cm= 6 ft, 3in.
His shoe size is 12.5-13 US

We still need to know your riding style. I highly doubt you will get a free board here, though.

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Ok, so I'll do the conversions for you guys.
70 kilograms= 154 lbs
190 cm= 6 ft, 3in.
His shoe size is 12.5-13 US

We still need to know your riding style. I highly doubt you will get a free board here, though.
THANKS
My shoe size US 11.5-12
My riding style REGULAR.
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Not stance, riding style as in do you like the freestyle aspect (park, jibbing, etc), or more freeriding, which I assume you do, as this is only your 2nd time on the mountain.
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Not stance, riding style as in do you like the freestyle aspect (park, jibbing, etc), or more freeriding, which I assume you do, as this is only your 2nd time on the mountain.
I think it`s freestyle/freeride.
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ok, how much moey do you have to spend on the board?

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ok, how much moey do you have to spend on the board?
Within the 300-400$ for that was in use.
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Within the 300-400$ for that was in use.
american money?

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I got my first board last year, its a burton clash and I like it for a starter board. It was a package with the beginner burton bindings and boots too because MC sports was running a deal for the fri/sat after thanksgiving.
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