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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-30-2011, 12:30 AM Thread Starter
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I know that most of this will be based on opinion however I would like to get your thoughts on a new board. I'm 6'0" 200 lbs size 12 boots. Looking for an intermediate board. I mostly free mt ride but would like to have the option of hitting the park from time to time. Looking to spend 200-400 on a new deck. I've been looking at the Burton Blunt, technine MFM classic (because its cheap), Sierra reverse, Burton Clash. Just trying to get the best bang for the buck here. Thanks.
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guess i'm either in the wrong thread or no one knows.
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Ya your kinda in the wrong forum but its all good. I would personally avoid burton boards. Just my opinion. With size 12 boots I would recommend a wide board and at 200 pounds I wouldn't recommend anything smaller than a 155. Never summer, libtech, omatic (should be cheap), signal and capita are all companys I would rock. Hope this will give you a general direction on where to go..
I would try a different section tho
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Thanks for the advice.
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I wasn't really wanting to drop this much but what are your thoughts between the NS Legacy vs Lib Tech Skate banana?
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went with the banana
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