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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-21-2009, 09:14 AM
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New* help finding right board and bindings VT

It's been a couple years since I last skied and snowboarded. I am finally getting back into snowboarding, I went last year 2 or 3 times. This year I just bought a season pass to sugarbush (VT) because where my college is located. I am 6'4 210 size 13. Looking to do 50% free ride and other half to be spent in the park. My budget for a board is 600. Pretty set on burton or lib-tech, but open to suggestions. Also in the process of getting some bindings in the price of range under 300.

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At that budget you can pretty much pick whatever you want minus the high end burton boards. Lib tech tops out around 550 i think. Same with bindings, 300 will grab you almost anything you want. Being on the east coast i would stick with a standard rocker board because we mainly get hardpack and ice. What are you looking to do in the park? Just jumps and spins or looking to hit rails/walls/boxes?
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In the park mostly rails and boxes, and jumps here and there. I just trying to find the right board and bindings for some that will be good in the park plus free riding .
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check out the NeverSummer Evo-R and Union Forces

If you want it a little bit more free-ride oriented you can go with the SL-R
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Leaning towards burton custom wide (09), lib tech skunk apes (2010), lib tech skate banana (2010)
for bindings 2010 rome 390, 2010 burton cartels, and burton c02 (2009)

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