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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-07-2009, 09:53 PM
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whats up guys im trying to figure out a good all around board for myself i am 6feet tall and weigh about 230 wit 2 years experience right now i have a burton white colection 158
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-07-2009, 09:55 PM
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Budget? Foot size? Where are you going to be spending the most of your time riding; in or out of the park?
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boot size is 11 1/2 ill be riding the park alil bit not to much big jumps more rails
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mostly outside the park im thinking though
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o and budget not looking to go crazy would like to stay well under 500 if possible definitly no more
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Never Summer SL-R or Evo-R, Salomon Grip, Bataleon Evil Twin, Rome Slash, K2 Slayblade....just to name a few
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what about size?
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im not tryin to go crazy fast either i just like to chill get down the mt hit a few rails on the way
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I started that post before your last few posts but then was distracted by MNF. Just get an all mountain board. Neversummer, K2, Ride, Capita, Rome, Bataleon, Salomon, Lib-tech, GNU, Arbor....any of those companies would be good. I grabbed a NS evo and sl-r with the intentions of selling one. Whatever one I like better will be my all mountain stick.
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At 230 I would go 162-165. NS Legacy R 163 and you are done.
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