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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-26-2010, 10:10 PM
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what new board?

so for my birthday my family is pooling money to buy me a new snowboard. im looking in the under 400$ range, for a good buttery flexy park board, that is decent for cruising around the mountain. i reaaly want something with rocker or at least zero camber. im about 5'4", 100 pounds, wear a size 10 boot, but i need something with a little growing room. ive been looking at the 152 and 149 2009 burton fix($350). i really like the ICS thing. also the burton condom 2009 150 ($300. any advice at all would help alot. thanks
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-26-2010, 10:35 PM
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oh by the way my current setup is a burton custom smalls 145W thats been getting really squirelly under my feet. ive grown about four inches since i got it. i have some 08 burton missions and deeluxe rough diamonds.
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oh by the way my current setup is a burton custom smalls 145W thats been getting really squirelly under my feet. ive grown about four inches since i got it. i have some 08 burton missions and deeluxe rough diamonds.
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Capita Horrorscope fk. The fk tech is amazing. Just the perfect amount of rocker. Love it.

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You might be able to find some older Evo-R's for that price (or maybe a special deal somewhere). They're supposed to be good in the park and decent on groomers. I'm just not sure if the older ones are rocker too...
(Also, while made for the park, they'll probably be stiffer than some other park boards from what I understand)
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