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What Board Should I Get?

Hi Everyone!

I'm looking to get a new board. My 1st board that I currently have is 151 2008 K2 Luna, and I can feel myself growing out of it. I want something better!!

I've been snowboarding for 4 years now. Basically, I'm looking for an all mountain board that can handle higher speeds. I'm comfortable cruising down blacks. I'm not much of a park person yet, but eventually, I'd like to be? I'd never get to the point of doing crazy jumps/half pipe/anything like that, but I would love to try basic jumps.

So, I'm looking for an all-mountain board that can handle speed & an occasional visit to the park?

I consider myself intermediate/beginner advanced. I'm female, 5"8 (yes, I'm tall), 135lbs.

I've been researching online, and I just get confused with the board I truly want. Whether I want a directional twin , true twin, the size I want, etc. And I wanted my next board to be a Burton, haha. But any recommended brands are fine.

And does it really matter if I get a woman's board vs. a men's board?

Thanks for the help!

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