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For the way that I ride probably, maybe, I have yet to ride my Shifty though... so verdict is still out.
Alright thanks for your input. I was between the era and the verve and the verve is probably the way I'll go.
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go ahead and get the board lmao. i cant wait to see you come back to the forums crying about it.
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go ahead and get the board lmao. i cant wait to see you come back to the forums crying about it.
Seriously? Answer my questions and we'll see what you really know and what you probably don't.

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Says you? You're in the wrong place if you say that. When was the last time you put time on a board or in some bindings?
Hm.. The last time i put time on a board was last season, because I can't snowboard during the summer. I guess I put some time into bindings yesterday when I mounted them to my new board?
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go ahead and get the board lmao. i cant wait to see you come back to the forums crying about it.
I doubt youre gonna see that. I already own one Flow board and love the hell out of it. I've also rocked Flow bindings for the past 5 years and have loved the hell out of them too.
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Hm.. The last time i put time on a board was last season, because I can't snowboard during the summer. I guess I put some time into bindings yesterday when I mounted them to my new board?
So then how much other product have you been in the last 2 years?

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So then how much other product have you been in the last 2 years?
Hmm last two years..I had a Bataleon board..ride boots, rome bindings.

then i had a burton board, burton bindings, and i forgot what boots

this year i have a lib tech board, vans boots, rome bindings.

ive used flows before but you only asked the last two years so i wont mention them
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It's a really good board. My friend had one before it got jacked.

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I'm either going with the CAPiTA Horrorscope FK or the GNU Carbon Credit. Can't stand the Flow's graphics, it makes me barf almost every time I see it and it's random blue base.
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Hmm last two years..I had a Bataleon board..ride boots, rome bindings.

then i had a burton board, burton bindings, and i forgot what boots

this year i have a lib tech board, vans boots, rome bindings.

ive used flows before but you only asked the last two years so i wont mention them
Well isn't that cute. Flow has been making great boards for a good chunk or years now and their designer, Eric, is a smart guy and has been doing this for a long while. I would ride anything he comes up with. And how do I know what rides well? I've been on over 30 boards and 12 sets of bindings... just last year. I've ridden Bataleon, Flow, Ride, K2, Signal, Nitro, Salomon, Lib, Gnu, Lamar, DC, Forum, Arbor, Burton, CAPiTA, Rome, Technine, and YES all last year.

Their bindings? I've ownded Burton, Union, Flow, and Ride. Ridden Raiden, Flux, K2, Lamar, and Forum, Rome, and Salomon. Flows are better edge to edge than just about everything and their comfort is unmatched.

Oh and to me, the fact that you picked a Mervin does not help your case at all. Thems is either heavy, planky, or overpriced. MTX is garbage too.

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