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Alright i made my decision and im gonna get the K2 slayblade for a good all mountain board. whats everyone think?
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The cake is a lie..

But really.. the slayblade is a solid board, K2 has really stepped up in the last few years, I think this would make a perfect all mountain board as long as you aren't really looking to jib.
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yea im not lookin to jib, i like to bomb down the mountain and hit jumps and things of that sort
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It's got slay and blade in the name. What else do you need to know?

Seriously though, on paper it sounds like a it will kill it for freeride. It's too stiff to be an all mountain board, but that's the reason why my homie just got it in a 164w.

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It's got slay and blade in the name. What else do you need to know?

Seriously though, on paper it sounds like a it will kill it for freeride. It's too stiff to be an all mountain board, but that's the reason why my homie just got it in a 164w.
The k2 Darkstar would probably be more suited to your wants. But I don't think you'd be disappointed with the Slayblade at all.
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personally i would rather ride the mountain that jumps, and i was looking for a stiffer board. all ive heard about this board is good things...have yet to find a review saying someone doest like it. the only thing at im considering is wether i should get the 2010 or 2011 just because its a little cheaper and i dont think there are any massive changes. i can get the 2010 model for $429 for the 156 or go for the 153 and get it for $329. But if i get the 2011 i can get it for $500 (156). so im not sure what to do. i dont want to get the 153 because i ride a 155 now, and i figure since i will prob gain some weight over the years( im not getting any taller) i should just go for the 156, but unsure on the year
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