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All-Mountain Freestyle for under 250 or less

Is there such a thing as a All-Mountain Freestyle board that is under $250??If so, can you recommend some, it can be a 09 or even 08 board.

What type of rider is the All-mountain freestyle made for?


size 151-156

Something like the Ride machete, but for cheaper.$250 or below....

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dwindling stock levels limit your supply, but look into a k2 raygun or rome garage rocker

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I got a K2 brigade for a little less then that. My first real board(rented before) so I have nothing to compare it to. I did do a lot of research though, and for the price the reviews were all good. It was great for me, fast, stable, with a little flex to play on.


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Snowboards Price 200:299

Use the code "tweet10" for $10 off.

There's a K2 Turbo Dream in there which is a great all-mountain freestyle board. It'll be a little over your budget though. With the coupon that I provided, it will put you at $269 plus shipping.


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2010 Atomic Hatchet. I learned how to snowboard on a 2006, awesome board for the money. I think they going for around $200-225

All-Mountain Freestyle is best for people who primarily ride all mountain but also forage into the park. Flexability and dampening wise, it's the best type of board IMO for new riders because it's right in the middle rather then being either a noodle or a plank.

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All-mountain freestyle does equate to all-mountain riders that take occasional park laps, but it mainly caters to riders like Travis Rice who use the whole mountain as their terrain park.

I'm that type of rider as well. I ride all-mountain while hitting any natural features I can find, riding up faces and doing little 180's off of them and such. A medium flex board is great for this as Hobo mentioned.


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Atomic Hatchet is too small....and the Atomic Rapture 156 i cant find and is over my budget....


I have size 10.5 boots
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how bout:
-CAPiTA The Quiver Killers
-K2 Turbo Dream

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Atomic Hatchet is too small....and the Atomic Rapture 156 i cant find and is over my budget....


I have size 10.5 boots
5'7"
155 pounds

how bout:
-CAPiTA The Quiver Killers
-K2 Turbo Dream
I gave you a link that has the Turbo Dream in it with a code for $10 coupon O_o


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I just bought a K2 WWW rocker. Seems to have good reviews
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I just bought a K2 WWW rocker. Seems to have good reviews
That board is a jibstick. Taking the WWW rocker down a steep run was not fun.


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