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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-05-2012, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Replacement for my 5 year old setup!


Currently I got a Nitro Blacklight, Nitro team bindings and some random boots called "Freedome". Ive had this setup for 5 years and I do think its time to invite myself to the new tech!
My rider skill is above avarage (12 years of experience) and im looking for a all mountain board + bindings.
My height is 6,5 and weight around 190-200lbs. Boot size is 44 EU (9 or 10 US)
Price isent an issue ( havent changed for 5 years so Ive managed to save up some!!)

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Best Regards Freddan
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Burton Fan!

Well I am a Burton fan and they make a lot of good all mountain boards. The Custom line is incredible, with all kinds of versions. I have a Barracuda now that I think is the perfect all mountain board even though Burton calls it a POW board. I have Cartel Bindings on both a reg Custom and the cuda and buying the same bindings for both my boards should tell you I like them. If you are looking at other companies I would look at Ride, Arbor and maybe GNU. My son rides a GNU Park Pickle and loves it! Good news is its hard to find a bad board these days if money is not an issue. If you want to drop some big money check out Burton Mystery.
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