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All mountain board?

Hey there I'm having a hard time deciding if I should get all mountain board or not currently I ride a burton air 153 with burton custom bindings just seems stiff and not to responsive and I just bought a santa cruz vato dato 150cm to do more jibs on at the local hill. (I pretty much ride ride everything all around) ....... Im about 5"11 150lbs 9.5 boots I was thinking of a 154 to 156 cm board. Just looking for a board that will do it all jibs/groomers/pow a friend of mine told me to get a palmer classic since they ride like a burton custom and there currently on sale for about $130 but only have 154cm in stock right now I was also looking at the burton primo 156 for $170 but its just a freestyle board. Im trying to limit myself to $200 (fiance wont let me spend more then that trying to buy a house) just need something that can do it all and take on trips with me on the cheap.

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