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Old 02-13-2010, 04:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can the Nitro Pantera work for beginners?

I will buy my first board. I want it to be totally freeride. I took a look at the Nitro Pantera and I really seem to like it but everywhere they say that it is an expert board. And I am still beginner... So will it be if I buy it? I also took a look at the Capita Black Death. Is it a better one? If you can recommend me some other boards, do it. Ty in advance!
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Old 02-13-2010, 07:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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For sure man, that's the board I learned with. It will obviously be somewhat more difficult to learn on since it's a rigid board. As opposed to a park board for example, which are more suitable for beginners because they are more flexible, thus makes for easier turns.

Take note that the ''beginner phase'' will only last like 4 trips max. Afterwards you'll want to get more speed - and that's why you need a more rigid board.

Nitro Pantera is an excellent choice, very sturdy and fast. I love mine to death!!!!
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