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Trying to find a good All Mountain Board

Im lookin to graduate to a nice all mountain board from my old burton. These are the ones i was lookin at from the ones i like most to the least:
- k2 slayblade
-rossignol one magtec
-Burton Custom Flying V

Thanks for the help

Also if you have another suggestions let me know

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I was looking at similar boards and almost bought a Slayblade. I ended up ordering a Yes Optimistic. It was hard to find though, I had to get one brought over from BC. All of those boards look great though... I don't think you could go wrong with any of them.
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Also adding to my post: also looking at the 2010 k2 slayblade just because there is really no difference in the performance i dont mind paying less to have last years model
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I was also looking for a nice all-mountain board and did my fair share of research and I ended up getting a 2011 Lib Tech TRS. I also recommend the Lib Tech T-Rice and I happen to know where you can find a great deal on a 2010 T-Rice that is on clearance....

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Go with the Slayblade. That things a machine.

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Depends how much you want to spend.

If you want pricey:
-Gnu Park Pickle (It should just be called the 'Pickle')
-Bataleon Evil Twin
-Smokin' SuperPark

These are my personal favourites.

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yea id say it def. depends on how much u wana spend, and/or if there are any specific requirements in the construction/features of a board u are looking for.

generally for all mountain boards, my favorites are:

-bataleon evil twin
-never summer SL
-capita indoor survival fk (also comes in positive camber)

those also represent 3 very different rocker hybrid techs and are also the 3 boards ive personally settled on from year to year, after demoing countless of others. each tech has a lil something different to offer, and IMO really comes down to personal preference. these 3 boards wont do u wrong all mountain, and are actually really great in the park too, especially the evil twin!

ive also heard great things about the rome agent rocker (also comes in positive camber version) as an all mountain board. ive never personally tried it, but rome makes great boards so im sure the agent is great too.

goodluck!


oh just wanted to add...i am unfamiliar with the boards u mentioned so i apologize i couldnt give any insight into that. but the boards i pointed u to wont steer u wrong!

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thanks everyone for helping out. those where the only three boards that i really researched but thanks for letting me know about other good ones. they all look like really good boards and everyone is saying a lot of good stuff about them. i think im leaning to the slayblade, preferably the 2010 model just because its a little less expensive. ive heard a lot of good things about it and heard its extremely fast which is what im lookin for. not saying that the others are not fast because im sure they are.
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