I've been riding for about 3-4 years on an old Salamon Sanchez (154) and it's time to get a new board. I spend most of my time on the groomers (on-piste) and the off-piste but i want to start going to the park and i need a board that can do it all. I already got a white Rome Targas and i need my board to match them.
I did some research before registering me to this forum and the 4 board I liked the most are: the 157 Never Summer SL 2011, the 158 Never Summer EVO 2011, the 157 lib-tech banana Megic 2011 ,and the 156 Rome MOD 2012.
Those are all pretty good choices for boards, different people are going to like different boards, but I think you have it narrowed down well enough. I can vouch for NS, I have an Evo and love it. You may also want to look into a 2012 NS Proto, which is stiffer then the Evo but softer then the SL. There's a review on it in the review section.
Arbor Westmark. Charge with one thats too small and press ones that are too big. One of the best do it all I have ridden. If you want something softer Get the Blacklist, softer but still all mountain capable get a Swindle.
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The English language is going to hell as soon as these kids grow up. In case you didn't know, it's "which", not "witch".
This is a "witch". If English isn't your first language then I apologize, I just hate the uprising of text-speak.
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English is definitely not my first but i do my best my question was about boards and not about the English language so if you some of you guys don't have something good to say just pleas don't get involved.