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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-09-2012, 11:38 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone used a blank snowboard?

Has anyone every used a Blank Snowboard? What do you think about them? I was thinking about maybe getting one to see how they are, since they aren't that much money.
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Just got my Blank on Friday. Rode it all weekend. It's a nicely made board. Not sure what you're used to riding, or which one you're looking at, so no idea how it would compare. I have the 151 reverse camber.
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i bought a 151 reverse too. will be riding it this weekend, looks like a snowboard, feels like a snowboard, must be a snowboard

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I'd be interested to hear what you think of it. It's longer, wider, stiffer and flatter than my other board, so it felt at first like I had a surfboard strapped to my feet. But after a couple days of pretty serious ice riding, I'm riding much better and much faster. It's a really stable ride for me. And drawing on it was kind of fun.
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well its shorter and softer for me, it will actually be the shortest board i've ever ridden, so it will be interesting. i bought it just to try it out, and support the company if it is good. if it sucks ill tell people that too, i don't think it will suck it seems pretty well made

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I was going to try the reverse camber 157. I'm glad to hear it's a good board so far.
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