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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-28-2010, 09:37 PM
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Board Suggestions?

Hey. ive been snowboarding for a while and i just started going off ramps and stuff. I have an ok board right now but just wondering what kind of boards would u guys suggest if I was going off biggish ramps and half pipes, rails and small ramps, or something for both

post either freestyle or rail then what company boards or a board for both rails and biggish ramps. thanks

this is my current board. http://www.the-house.com/9857lacr6zz...nowboards.html , im not sure if this board is rocker or camber but idk, what board do u guys think i upgrade to?

What about this board? http://www.specialtysports.com/K2-An...m?1=1&CartID=0

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-28-2010, 11:41 PM
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Get a burton vapor bro, i heard they are the buZinuss!

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My vote is a K2 WWW that will be my next board too. Plus you wont be forking out as much cash as you would for a Burton.
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i was thinking a technine or morrow board. Are those good for rails or halfpipes or are they in between?
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Now yu may wanna wait for wolfie or someone else with more experience to chime in but from my little bit of experience Morrow and technine boards are not very well constructed. They are cheaper yes but they are for a reason. I would keep an eye out for a good deal cause it wont be long people will try to finish clearing out last years stock and often you can get a killer deal.
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i c what ur saying. so i still need a brand to go with. im not going with burton. i personally do not like their boards. but what company do u guys suggest?
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lib-tech, never summer, K2, rome, ride, nitro, forum.
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If you have a little extra money to spend on a high quality board, Never Summer and Smokin boards are pretty awesome. Both are 100% U.S.A high quality tech boards with awesome warranties. I think Never Summer particularly is a forum favorite here.

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Basically you are asking us what are favorite brand is.

Mine is Lib Tech
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gota say lib tech is my favorite, im riding one myself.
also look at some capita stuff, they make solid boards and arn't particularly expensive. plus the graphics are sick
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