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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-21-2010, 04:46 PM
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sierra crew or sierra team?

this will be my first good snowboard but i have been skateboarding for a while so i know what im doing, but i dont want it to hold me back when i get better, can these boards handle aggressive riding, jumps, and rails? if not what do you think about burton blunt, burton clash or forum image? btw i wasnt trying to offend anyone by comparing skateboarding to snowboarding i know they are completly different but i was saying that i have good balance and grinding skill.

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Off the top of my head, the blunt and clash are low end Burton, which is not worth the $$. The sierra boards would blow those away in quality and having a board to grow with your skills. Not familiar with the forum image. And I don't do rails, so someone else can help you choose between those boards.
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crew's more for freeriding i believe

go with the sierrascope, everyone seems to love it
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clash and blunt are pretty beginner oriented. what size board are you looking for?
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are you talking about the capita sierrascope? cause i looked at that board and it seems pretty good.
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Its a SierraSnowboarding Sierrascope, its basically a Capita HorrorScope FK.

Any of the Sierra boards would be better than the Burtons you listed, especially for the price.

If you are doing park which it sounds you are, Sierrascope all the way...

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Its a SierraSnowboarding Sierrascope, its basically a Capita HorrorScope FK.

Any of the Sierra boards would be better than the Burtons you listed, especially for the price.

If you are doing park which it sounds you are, Sierrascope all the way...
they really misnamed the Sierrascope ... its really more like a variant of the indoor survival especially with its carbon x on its interior... waaaay less flex than the horror it really is an all mtn performer that handles the park with ease ... should have been something like the SierraSurvival imo ... great board cant go wrong with it
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