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Lib Tech Lib Ripper BTX Snowboard 145 2011 350$ 7 20.59%
K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard 145 Orange 2011 380$ 7 20.59%
Burton Blunt Snowboard 142 2011 370$ 1 2.94%
Ride Agenda Snowboard 142 2011 300$ 5 14.71%
Burton TWC Standard Snowboard 145 2011 300$ 0 0%
Burton Nug Snowboard 142 2011 400$ 1 2.94%
Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard 144 2011 390$ 13 38.24%
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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-21-2010, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
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Best All Mountain Freestlye board <400$

Hey guys I decided to take a poll on which board you think would best suit my needs for an all mountain freestyle board, I will mainly use it in the park for both jumps and jibbing, but also need it to hold up on the rest of the mountain, I live in the northeast and only ride resorts so basically groomers and the park. I'm 5'5 115lbs and have a 7.5-8 mens size shoe, I'd appreciate it if you guys could leave a post as to why you voted how you did, here are the options I've narrowed it down to and their prices:

K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard 145 Orange - Boys 2011 380$
Lib Tech Lib Ripper BTX Snowboard 145 - Boys 2011 350$
Ride Agenda Snowboard 142 - Boys 300$
Burton Blunt Snowboard 142 - Boys 2011 370$
Burton TWC Standard Snowboard 145 - Boys 2011 300$
Burton Nug Snowboard 142 2011 -(comes out in December) 400$
Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard 144 2011 390$

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Thanks for the suggestions guys, I'll look into them, also thanks for voting, If anyone would care to share why they vote the way they do I would appreicaite it, thanks again. I'm sure there all good boards, keep in mind I'm looking for the one that would best suit my needs of park and some mountain, not just which is the best board.
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My son rides an Evo-R everywhere, and for that price it is a steal.


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Most of the boards in your list aren't gonna cut it for all mountain. Then again, for most people on here, I guess they just mean groomers and park. In that case, maybe they will work. Should call that all-resort instead of all-mountain lol.

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Most of the boards in your list aren't gonna cut it for all mountain. Then again, for most people on here, I guess they just mean groomers and park. In that case, maybe they will work. Should call that all-resort instead of all-mountain lol.
haha that's a really good point, I should add I live in the northeast, so I'll basically only be riding resort mountains, not real serious ones, I'm sure all these boards will be pretty good in the park, but which of them will also hold up a bit around the rest of the mountain/ resort
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That evo definitely seems interesting, I like how its flex is a 4 which should hold up around the mountain alrite, thanks for the suggestion, and thanks to the other suggestions as well.
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how long has neversummer been around for? i was looking to much for a new board but ive never heard of them until this year
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