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Burton Custom V Rocker, Ride Machete, or Burton Joystick. Im looking for a new board and although I play around in the park sometimes, im more into the all-mountain type of boarding.

Which board should I get between these or if yall have any better all mountain boards you recommend throw em at me...

and I would say I am intermmediate-Advanced.

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Custom Flying V and Joystick are great for all-mountain freestyle.

The Machete is also a good all-mountain freestyle deck, but it leans more on the freestyle side of the spectrum.

Also, with the Burton boards, you can get conversion plates for other brands' bindings, but the EST does work better. Burton bindings aren't my cup of tea though so I'm the wrong guy to ask about them.

Another good board to look at is the one I just purchased. The K2 Turbo Dream. This is a sick all-mountain stick. It's also going to be the better performer out of all the above in powder situations.


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Custom Flying V and Joystick are great for all-mountain freestyle.

The Machete is also a good all-mountain freestyle deck, but it leans more on the freestyle side of the spectrum.

Also, with the Burton boards, you can get conversion plates for other brands' bindings, but the EST does work better. Burton bindings aren't my cup of tea though so I'm the wrong guy to ask about them.

Another good board to look at is the one I just purchased. The K2 Turbo Dream. This is a sick all-mountain stick. It's also going to be the better performer out of all the above in powder situations.
Thanks man ill check it out for sure
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