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Freeride/freestyle board line up

hey guys im looking for a new snowboard to replace my Neversummer 2006 evo coz i cant do jumps anymore something like a freeride/freestyle board would be perfect. I was looking at the Heritage but im not really into the graphics.

any idears? thanks guys
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i am Australian and im going to be working up in canada as a life operator up there on one of there gorgeous mountains aswell and i dont know what to expect up there.
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What mountain are you going to? What is your riding ability? Prefered riding style/terrain? Body Weight?
If you want to fit in with all the other Aussies in Canada just buy any Lib Tech board with Flux bindings
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not sure what mountain im going to , intermediate, powder/groomed and freeride/freestyle i dont wanna fit in with all the aussies and buy what everyone eles has :P and my body weight is 80kg

ive been looking at http://www.lib-tech.com/snowboards/dark-series/ good?

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Yeah the Dark series is a really good board, and might suit you just right. 155 if you plan to ride park and the mountain is mellow... 158 if you'll be doing more freeriding and there is more steeps & pow at the particular mountain.
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not sure what mountain im going to , intermediate, powder/groomed and freeride/freestyle i dont wanna fit in with all the aussies and buy what everyone eles has :P and my body weight is 80kg

ive been looking at Lib Tech Snowboards Dark Series good?
Im not sure what size boot you wear, But id check out unitysnowboards.com. The Reverse or Pride are nice
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i wear a mens size 9
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