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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-30-2010, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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Time for a new one

hey guys

I am also looking for a new board but not sure what is good now, i want to go back to burton from forum (i think). most of my riding is about 25% powder 25% park 25% groomed 25% trees. those change depending on how i feel, starting to get old for the park but love powder. so any recommendations, im kinda leaning toward custom v?

i have a forum 154 right now, im 180 and 5'11. I want some thing with a lot of control but flexible i think


ideas?

thanks !
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-30-2010, 12:31 PM
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never ridden it but the burton sherlock is getting great reveiws for powder and grooms.
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thanks, i just checked it out, looks like a great board and was matched for my style from burton.com

anything else?
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what bindings does anyone recommend with the sherlock?
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cartel est?
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cartels or even the stiffer c02 would work great. It just depends on what type of feel you prefer on your bindings. Burton has a lot of good choices.
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Well based on what I ride. What is better? I don't especially want to spend $350 on bindings but I will if they are recommended
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jus about to pull the trigger, any opinions before i do?
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