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Old 12-31-2011, 10:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Flow Merc VS Flow Infinite

First thank you to all who responded to my first post about advice on buying my first snowboard. After doing hours and hours of research I am back again with another question. I have sort of zeroed in on a Flow Merc but then today I ran across a Flow Infinite that looked pretty good. Both of the models are 2011 and the price for each is a wash.

On first look the Infinite appears to be the better board. There is more technology in the board and I believe I could grow into that board much better than the Merc. However the Merc appears to be a much easier board for a beginner like me and much more forgiving. The Merc has reverse camber where the Infinite has pop camber. While I'm not sure I completely understand the difference in the ride it will give me, I think the Merc would be easier to ride as a novice. But the Infinite would give a better ride in the long run as I progress.

My question is which board do you think would be a better buy for a complete beginner, the Flow Merc or the Flow Infinite?

Thanks in advance and Happy New Year.
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