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Old 10-13-2010, 05:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need some advice

I just got into snowboarding last season and I went to a couple parks last winter and instantly got hooked on the sport. I am now in the market for a board and have been doing research for an all-mountain (since I am still a beginner, and all I hear and read is to start out with that style board to advance your skills) board. So I've been looking at two pretty closely and that would be the ride machete and the Never summer SL. Just was wondering if somebody could help shed some light on which would be better, or another board altogether that would fit where I am right now.

Little info: I'm 5'6 128 lbs

Shoe Size 9-9.5

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Old 10-13-2010, 05:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have have both brands. I have an all mountain Ride Timeless (about 5 years old) and last years NS Titan.
IMO both companies make good boards but I think NS's 3 year warranty is hard to go past. I havent been on an SL but I hear only good things about them.

This might help as well -
So many runs so little time.
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