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Im looking towards buying a new board for the upcoming winter but I'm having a hard time deciding what choose. Im 170ish cm tall weigh around 60kg. I ride a mixture between powder and park and im trying to find a fun and playfull board that will be nice for jibbing and progressing on and that wont completely kill me for riding powder. At the moment ive been mainly looking at the K2 Fastplant, Capita indoor Survival FK and the Travis rice pro (with the 150 blunt shape and without the HP). Slightly unsure of how playfull the Trice would be and curious on how the K2 and capita works for riding backcountry.

Anyone got experiance riding the K2 fastplant/Capita Indoor survival FK/Travis rice pro?
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