Who cares??...I kinda care about the quality of something I am buying for $190. Its not like my rich parents are buying my stuff and I can just afford to get a new snowboard every year if the one i buy sucks....
It's a 190 bucks for a board you're going to ride down the hill, hit rocks, and learn to ride on. Like I said by the time you think it sucks you'll be moving on to a new board. Stop over analyzing it and just pull the trigger get out there and shred.
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and what if i think the board sucks as soon as i get it?
what if the board is bad quality and breaks easily?
I would like to learn on a board that fits me well, not some crappy walmart snowboard
All I am asking, is if anyone knows anything about this company besides that it is foreign?
- bring it back. It should be good for at least the first season.
- you won't know the difference. when you are learning you could have the best snowboard on earth but it won't make you learn any faster. my first board was a super old ride that my brother gave me. when i got my hands on it it had over 150 days on it and it had seen better days. didnt stop me from getting good at riding.
- people on the forum more often than not seem to have moved well past entry level boards. if you are really concerned buy a slightly used more well known board (never summer, burton, ride, salomon etc) or drop $500 on a new one. is budget an issue?
My problem is that I am seeing everyone pointing out specifics about a board (flex, response, pop,etc) so I am thinking that every board is different and if i buy a cheap board , or a board that isn't perfectly right for my style, I will suck at doing park/back country because it doesn't have the specifics i want....and I will have wasted my money
Ya budget is an issue considering i am a teen paying on his own...
I spent $170 on boots
Going to spend $120 on bindings