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Old 09-28-2012, 12:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default K2 Raygun or Capita Quiver Killer

After much searching and advise, I am returning my recently purchased Ride Yukon. I was looking at a K2 Raygun or Capita Quiver Killer, and looking for a good size . This is my second season boarding. I run about 5'9" and about 150lbs with a size 11 boot. I like more of an all mountain - freeriding, really not into park riding. I Appeture Spectrum(Zumiez special) that I have considerable outgrown. I will be pairing this board with Ride Rodeos and K2 Darko boots.
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After much searching and advise, I am returning my recently purchased Ride Yukon. I was looking at a K2 Raygun or Capita Quiver Killer, and looking for a good size . This is my second season boarding. I run about 5'9" and about 150lbs with a size 11 boot. I like more of an all mountain - freeriding, really not into park riding. I Appeture Spectrum(Zumiez special) that I have considerable outgrown. I will be pairing this board with Ride Rodeos and K2 Darko boots.
Quiver Killer is a directional twin. With this deck it means that it has a longer nose than tail that will float you thru the pow and crud but still be a fun freestyle deck. It's a midwide too, so your size 11's will be fine on it. We describe this deck as 'no warm up, hang over friendly.' Real easy to ride, no surprises.
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