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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-17-2011, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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I'm curious to see what each board company specializes in or is best at or just why you think they're better than others. Lets try and keep this objective haha
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Never Summers are the best at being Never Summers. Burtons the best at marketing. Flow is the best at thinking out of the box with bindings.
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Mervin is best at eco-production and new board technology.
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Most of the big companies spread across the entire spectrum. Obviously to get more people buying their boards.

There are smaller companies that do specialize in freeriding or freestyle more specifically. Forum I think mentions on their site that they're specifically freestyle.

But yeah, this isn't the greatest of questions no offense.
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Burton is the best at overcharging.
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Arbor is best at looking beautiful while hanging on the wall.
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There is no best. To each their own.

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sorry for the vague question i just ment are there any companys that excell in spacific fields. i know that no single company os best each had their ups and downs
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It's a snowboard it goes down a hill if you can't make that happen you must suck at riding and should probably take up extreme battle chess.


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