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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-19-2007, 11:30 PM
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palmer board questions

So I was thinking of buying a new board, since my old one is over 10 years old. I was looking at Palmer, since I want something nice, but need to save some money.

What do you think of the honeycircle 2 or the carboncircle 2.

All mountain rideing, mostly cruz fast, little jumps, would like to learn a little park stuff.

Oh and what about the p1 burton bindings?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-20-2007, 09:39 AM
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If you're stuck on Palmer you can get the HoneyCircle II at Burton Snowboards and Skis, Burton Bindings, Burton Boots, and snowboard reviews on super closeout sale. That is the board I'd go with over the Carbon Circle... Carbon circle is super stiff and made for going fast and doing Boardercross, honey circle is more of all terrain ride if I remember correctly. Palmer makes good boards, there are better but at least you're looking at the higher end of the brand which are very good.

The P1 or higher are the only Burton bindings i'd ever consider... I personally like Ride... I use SPi's or Rome... getting the Targas but I have used Burton bindings, K2 bindings, Drake bindings etc. They're all pretty good
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Ok if not Palmer, what about those lib tech on that site? Which is a good all mountain? I think I do like my boards a little stiff.

Last year I rode a Burton air, and thought it was a little soft.

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The libs that are on closeout I don't know... they are not common models so I can't speak on them. From what I've heard about LibTech boards though they are great in terms of freestyle but I'vve heard of durability issues and mixed review on their Magnetraction technology... more positive than negative.

That palmer board is a strong choice for the $$$
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