EDIT:I just received my Capita indoor survival fk and rome 390's today, really happy but now I have a super noob question.
How do I tell the tail from the nose or does it not matter which way I mount the bindings since it is a true twin? I searched but couldn't find an answer.
Thanks in advance
I've been creeping the forums for a little while now and decided to register after going out snowboarding today for the second time in three years. Probably my tenth time snowboarding thanks to school ski trips
Anyways, I was riding at a small ski resort today and riding some rental gear, big disappointment. I rode most of the day around the hill and for the last hour I decided to give the terrain park a go. The first time down I rode off the sides of jumps and landed them so it boosted my confidence and the next run, seeing as I couldn't see any small jumps, I decided to give the medium kicker a go. To my surprise I actually landed my first "big" jump ever. After that I hit the jump for the next hour and I tried out some grabs. I decided to try the large kicker..haha what a mistake
. My love for snowboarding returns.
Now onto the main topic: boards!
So I've decided it's time I dump some money into a good snowboard, bindings and boots. I'm not to concerned in the price, I want a board that will last a while and a board geared more towards the type of riding I plan on doing.
Boot size: shoe size 9
Riding style: Freestyle,casual riding, urban riding
budget: how much it takes
Your location of riding: ski hills, around town, no mountains
I have looked into a few board reviews and was wondering if these would be good choices if not please point me in the right direction.
First up: Lib-Tech Skate Banana
Second: Rome Atrifact
Third: Rome Postermania
Fourth: Stepchild Jib Stick
So these were the boards I looked into. Not exactly sure if they are good or anything but I read good things so hopefully I made some decent choices if not let me know please!