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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-02-2011, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys, my board is pretty much dying...so I need a new board. Im not a park enthusiast so Im looking for a stiff and stable board. Im looking for a board around 500-600$ before taxes. I ordered a Burton T6 (2010) from thinkempire.com on monday, but they just sent me an email saying that when they found the board in there inventory it was broken ... So yeah a Burton T7 is too expensive...that T6 was only 600 (down from 1000).

What Im looking for

Freeride board
158-160cm
Im Canadian so I cant buy from USA (most of the brands)

If you have any advice...let me know thanks
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Well if I were you I would be looking at the Lib Tech T.Rice, Never Summer Primer F1 or Raptor. I actually just sold my T.Rice and purchased a NS Heritage that I hope to ride this weekend for the first time. My only issue with the T.Rice I had was that I bought one that was too short...I didn't get another T.Rice because I wanted to try something different...if I don't like the Heritage I am going to get a 2012 T.Rice in the correct length.

There is a Canadian online retailers thread that suggests all of these boards should be options for you.
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