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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-12-2009, 02:53 AM Thread Starter
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So my brother asked me if his Kemper was any good. Use to belong to a friend but he gave it to my brother a long time ago. The board itself is in pretty good condition, no gashes and very few chips on the top of it. The bindings seem a little cheesy but they hold just fine so that isnt a biggie i guess (unless you guys disagree)...but ultimately my brother was just wanting to know if its a good board. From what I've seen it was made in 1995, but if it isnt that specific year's model than I take it its a mid 90s board? Also my bro wanted to know if its a good size for him (id tell him but im still a noob so rather than talk out of my ass I came here). He is 5'10"ish (maybe 5'11") and weighs 190llbs. Here are the pics...

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not worth anything


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Back in '95 it was probably a decent ride.
However, I think if your brother is new to
snowboarding it's going to be too long for
him as a starter board. BUT, what the hell,
it was free right? Maybe just ride it and
find out.
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don't know about the board but those are some ghetto bindings.

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woah blast from the past, most old boards like that are very stiff. Stiff = very unforgiving, not good for beginners. Flexible = easier to turn, better to learn on.

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