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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-23-2010, 11:41 PM Thread Starter
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hi there fellow weapons,
i need sum unbiasd advice on what board to buy n bindings.. here is my thing, i have been riding now for 6 yrs down here in oz, mainly 2 weeks each yr lol..i want to buy my own gear now.. i have just bought a pair of 2010 ozone size 10 boot, i rode my mates 2009 est jussi last yr, n thinking of getting 2010 jussi, i ride pretty much the whole mountain and want to start doing more jumps, bit of rail here n ther.. so i need sum good advice on what board would be good for me to progress..and what size binding

i read on here never summer are good, so what size wuld suit me, n what type of bindings could i use if were to go with them, burton etc etc
iam a burton fan of the est, easy for me to set up, as iam not experience like most of u lot in the usa n maple syrup land..lol

im 5/11, 76 kg n size 10 shoe, but will be wearing ozone boots
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-25-2010, 10:05 PM
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get a neversummer sl-r with flux titans
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yeh i think i will now after doin sum more research, they seem the shit... as for flux bindings i hear good n bad..but one thing for sure the japs make sum good dam cars n 4wds down under for us here..
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You should be looking at getting probably a 155 for aus conditions or 158 if you want to bomb down runs.

Good luck finding any stock online of the SL-R pretty much everywhere is sold out for 2010. If youre really keen on the board check out Cherri Pow the Aus distributor for Never Summer, I am assuming they would have stock for the upcoming Aus season
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yeh your right all seems sold out, maybe the evo might be ok to play around with, is that board ok to say do a bit of carving down groomers and not goin over the top, i know it pretty much just a pipe n park board, but wuld it hold an edge ok?
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