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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-24-2012, 07:14 AM Thread Starter
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New board help

I am 5'7 160 lbs, but by the time next season starts probably will have grown more so im not looking at sizing right now. Doing my research on this forum im trying to find a board thats right for me. i mostly ride groomer and would start to get into the park. I have 3 years experience and am hoping at the most to spend $450 on a board. i was looking at the K2 Parkstar after reading that its a good all mountain board.If anyone knows of any sb like this or has suggestions that would better fit what I do, it would be greatly appreciated
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I had a rough time looking for the same thing at first. I think two separate boards is really preferred to do both the best, but if you need one board the most recommended all purpose boards are the Rossi OneMagtek which unfortunately looks like a zebra, and the Never Summer Proto which is at a higher price point.
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the decks from signal are really solid for not a bunch of cash.

check out the onmi or the park flat, both should be in your price range.

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