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Old 04-21-2012, 12:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Park Pickle/Skate Banana

Hey guy's I'm looking for a new board and I've been looking at the Park pickle and the skate banana. I usually ride all mountain and want to get into more park riding and thought those boards would be decent starters. I'm looking for something that I can do jumps with but still be able to hit rails and boxes. (Jumps are priority). Just saw some posts on the Flow Shifty too and it looks like a nice board too. I ride in mainly hardpack and icy conditions with only a few powder days. I'm 5'6/5'7, 130lbs, and wear a size 9 boot. Was wondering if you guys could give me your feedback on which I should go with/alternatives as well as sizing.



I'm also looking for bindings and I've been looking at Raiden Phantoms and K2 nationals but because of my boot size and no one down here carrying those brands it's kind of hard to find a medium size. Could I get away with a large binding? I'm using DC Status boas.

Thanks for all the help

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