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Colorado311 12-05-2010 10:57 PM

Bataleon Vs. Burton Flying V & Burton Supermodel
 
These are my choices for boards i was looking at and I was wondering what people would choose between the three for kind of an all mountain freestyle-freeride board. I'm still rather new to boarding but i've been longboarding and skiing for a long time and I'm really fast at picking up on new things ( learned how to bomb on a snowboard on my first day ever at breck). So I got my Colorado Pass and i'm saving up for a board. any other suggestions for other boards are welcome too!..please throw some of that veteran advice my way

Nivek 12-05-2010 11:51 PM

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CAPiTA BSOD, Arbor Coda, Bataleon Jam, or a Signal Omni.

clownmitts 12-06-2010 10:19 AM

I just bought a Bataleon Omni and I'm enjoying it. The triple base technology really helps in preventing the accidental catching of an edge and I'd recommend it to any new rider. As an intermediate rider, I found that there was an adjustment period to get used to the TBT as I kept washing out the tail of the board on turns over icy surfaces. I've never riddern a reverse camber board like the Custom flying-v. I'm probably going to pick up a lib-tech or a Gnu later in the season because I'm particularly interested in using the magnetraction edges (as well as C2BTX).


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