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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-05-2011, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Need Advice: good beginner jump board.

hey guys/gals, just started boarding this season in december and can't get enough of it. wanted to get some advice on a good jump and carving board. i've been struggeling with my jumps and being stable on my board with speed. i think i made a mistake and bought a board that doesn't fit my style of boarding. Bought a 2011 burton blunt 151. my profile 130lbs 5'7. i dont ride pow and spend 90% at mt. high in so. cali. feel like i might be using the wrong board for my type of riding. i occasionally hit some boxes but really want to just get air and carve should i just keep using my current board or look into getting a different board to help my progression with jumps. thanks
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Considering that you already bought the blunt, and that you just started in december...i think you're fine. Just keep riding/practicing
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Keep the board. The Blunt is a great board, and will be more than good enough for you for quite awhile.
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