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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-11-2012, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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Burton Process vs Sherlock vs Custom Flying V/Custom

Hey again!

My last thread kind of died, but this is my final decision, as the shop near me has 50% off everything, and they only carry Burton, K2, and Atomic snowboards.

The only boards that caught my eye were these three, and they were marked down to $210 for the Process, $250 for the Sherlock, and $265 for the Custom.

I'm not sure which one to get. They also supposedly carry K2, but I didn't see much. I might check again, so here are the boards they supposedly have from K2: http://www.proctorjones.com/K2-Snowboards/13000/dept

My riding style is pretty much all-mountain, but at my local hill I go in the park more often as the trails are kind of boring. I'm 5'7, and 140 lbs.


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Go with the Custom

Based on what you want to do I would pick the Burton Custom. I have similar ride style and have a 09/10 Custom that I love. You might want to look at the Flying V one for a little more float in the pow but love my board with just the regular camber. I recently picked up a Burton Barracuda which is more designed for POW with its S-rocker but can shred anything. Check it out might be another option for you. Good luck!
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