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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-12-2010, 08:15 AM Thread Starter
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Quiver Killer

The quiver is dead...at least for me.

For the past 5 seasons I've been carrying two different boards with me. My tapered powder stick and my freestyle board. In January I finally gave in to reverse camber and bought a Smokin Big Wig. I had been riding it exclusively the last two months and focused on progressing my freestyle and ground tricks.

It's finally snowing in the PNW so I decided to bust out my pow board and ride the steeps & trees(where I've spent the last half decade). I only made one run before switching back to my rocker. It is superior in every way to my Forum Roost. It shreds through the trees, floats on the pow, and let's me truly ride All-Mountain Freestyle.

The only question now is whether to sell my Roost and buy a pair of boots, or give it to my brother.
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sell it to your brother with a family discount
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