Need a charging board for next season
With the help of you guys, I've been able to narrow it down to three choices.
Lib Dark Series
-I do everything from charging steeps to cruising greens. Steeps, catwalks, jumps, natural features (cliffs, etc), and essentially everything besides rails.
-Been on the slopes since before I could walk. I consider myself an advanced rider.
-I like a board that is snappy, responsive, stable, can handle short/tight turns, and wide across bowl carves.
Here's how I view each board. Your thoughts would be appreciated
Lib Dark Series
-Only one of these boards that I have actually been on. I had it for a day when I was at Big Sky and had a love/hate relationship with it. It was stable, could handle every type of turn that I threw at it, ripped up the steeps, but seemed slow. The edges dug in too much and resulted in any edging slowing me way down. I liked everything else about it though.
-Seems to be stable, lightweight, and perfect for what I need. I'm afraid that with all the dampening it will feel a little bit "dead" though.
-Looks like a great choice for a little bit of everything. TBT is fun on my Airobic, but a pain in the ass to have repaired/stone ground. I also wish Bataleon would actually list the actual materials used with the board instead of saying "This board is fucking fast, fucking light, and fucking sick". Sure, their description sounds like a perfect board, but there is almost no information available anywhere for it. Hopefully someone here has been on one and can give me some feedback.
Any suggestions as to what board to go with would be highly appreciated.
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