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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-19-2009, 11:00 AM Thread Starter
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trick board help?

Hi All

As the title says i need a trick/park board.

I have been snowboarding for like 10 weeks. I'm a bit new to park, can only do 360' and stuff like that. But next year im going for a season on snowboard so i want a only park/trick board.

What is important with a trick board?
should it we wide? short? flexible?
Hope u can give me some good advide

Dosent matter with a prize range, just want a very good park board So i hope your experience can help me.


Stats:

Height: 6'2 feet or 1.87 m
Foot: 11.5 US or 10.5 UK.
Weight: 70kg or 154 lbs

Hope u guys can help me find a good board
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Throwing 3's within 10 weeks of starting? O.o First off you want your board more short, and stiffness wise depends on if you're doing pipe or rails. But I would recommend Never summer 2010 Evo-r 151cm. It will do anything you want to do with it plus its got a 3 year warranty so no worries about destroying your ride
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stiffness wise depends on if you're doing pipe or rails.
It also depends on if your hitting jumps at all. You don't want a super soft board when you're landing off a huge jump. If you like more ground tricks like buttering go with a softer board.
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Throwing 3's within 10 weeks of starting? O.o
ya i am always amused by posts like this
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Throwing 3's within 10 weeks of starting? O.o First off you want your board more short, and stiffness wise depends on if you're doing pipe or rails. But I would recommend Never summer 2010 Evo-r 151cm. It will do anything you want to do with it plus its got a 3 year warranty so no worries about destroying your ride
Thanks for the advice
What would you prefer regarding boots and bidings to that board?

Have you tried the board ?
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