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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-09-2012, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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my friend who works in a snowboardd shop has got his mind set on getting a very particular board for next season. anyone who knows what board fits the following criteria is a massive legend:

149-152cm, directional shape, traditional camber, waist size 24.5cm or less.

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my friend who works in a snowboardd shop has got his mind set on getting a very particular board for next season. anyone who knows what board fits the following criteria is a massive legend:

149-152cm, directional shape, traditional camber, waist size 24.5cm or less.

actually, that shouldn't be too hard to find, as long as you're ok with a chix board.



I ride a Capita Midnight and other then it being a 146 it fits that description, I know they made a 150. I believe they discontinued the model but you might be able to find one somewhere.


I'm sure there's plenty of womens boards with the spec you're looking for.


edit: here ya go. Damn, the 150 has a 24.1 waist. My 146 is 23.8 sorry...

http://www.the-house.com/9850camd11z...LAID=679569456

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149-152cm, directional shape, traditional camber, waist size 24.5cm or less.
Easy, and you don't need a girls board for that.

2012 Burton Custom X, 152. Camber, directional, waist width 244 mm. Supposedly nice and stiff.

http://ca.burton.com/on/demandware.s...JAX?pid=252317
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