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Old 01-02-2012, 10:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Arbor westmark 156 vs burton joystick 157

What do u guys think about these two boards for all mountain? I haven't rode either just wondering what your opinions were, I'm 200lbs so could I even go from a 159 to 57 or 56 and have stability?
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well if all mtn... Why not a Coda?
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I haven't looked at the coda but I will check it out I've just heard so much about the westmark and joystick
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Mainly I just ride groomers so I guess that wouldn't be all mountain, we don't have any powder here in indiana
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For small midwest mountains Westmark. Or a Signal Rocker Light, which is a little cheaper and more of a playful board. I like softer more playful boards on small mountains...
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For small midwest mountains Westmark. Or a Signal Rocker Light, which is a little cheaper and more of a playful board. I like softer more playful boards on small mountains...
Hey Nivek, I finally got the chance to ride that Westmark I picked up at the end of last season. It's quite a board--stable on ice, at speed, and off kickers, yet catch-free. Thanks for the recommendation.
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