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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-15-2011, 03:03 PM
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Snow Creek can get pretty icy, but I've never ripped out east so I can't debate that...


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Magne Traction in CO is a waste imo

You should be able to find demo NS sticks in shops now... Just picked up last years infinity for my girl, cheap style.
Any pandora 140's from 2011? What can I say, my girl's #1 consideration is graphics, so I need to find a good board with good graphics. The 2012 is meh
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Thanks for the helpful comments so far.. leaning towards the Never Summer Legacy or Attack Banana. Anyone with similar dimensions have any experience with these boards?
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Thanks for the helpful comments so far.. leaning towards the Never Summer Legacy or Attack Banana. Anyone with similar dimensions have any experience with these boards?
Not sure if it helps, but I've got size 12 boots and ride a NS EVO. I keep my angles around 12's or 15's ducked out. No issues with width. Evo is fun and playful and the perfect hybrid in my opinion. I don't have a plethora of experience to quantify that, so take it as you will. All I know is I'm super happy with my set up.

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