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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-05-2012, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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what kind of board do I want?

Hey all. I picked up a 2012 Never Summer Heritage at the end of the last season. I rode it quite a few times and I really enjoyed it. I haven't really ridden much until last season, so I purchased the heritage based on the kind of boarding I had done in the past.

As I improved and started hitting jumps, I'm finding that what I really enjoy doing is hitting the runs that are full of trees and small jumps and natural obstacles. I'm not really into the speed or big air, and I'm not into the park. I just really enjoy riding playfully... kind of like street skating I guess, to use a skateboarding analogy.

Anyway, I'm wondering if anyone has any board suggestions that might suit this type of riding better than the Heritage. The Heritage actually does OK, but wondering if there would be a more ideal board style as a quiver board.

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My favorite quiver killers have been the Signal Omni, Arbor Coda, Nitro Pro One Off's, or the Bataleon Whatever. Skate the mountain.

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