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Hey Guys,

I'm looking at adding a third board to my snowboard quiver. I current have a 152 YES Jackpot (park and resort cruising/jibbing) and a 167 cm Rossingal Experience (freeride, powder, and sketchy as terrain). These boards are pretty much the complete opposite, and offer a incredibley different riding experiences (which is pretty great).

I'm looking for something in middle that is going to be a bit more versatile (i.e. would consider taking just that board on an overseas trip rather than two boards). I'd like it to perform well in powder, but be alotmore playful than the experience. Wouldn't be too concerned about freestyle other than being able to pull off some dodgey 180's and 360's off small hits while riding the whole mountain. Wouldn't take it on the sketchiest terrain, but would want to be able to ride steep and hard resort terrain.

Any suggestions. BTW I am about 155 pounds and 5'11. Thanks guys
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Hey Guys,

I'm looking at adding a third board to my snowboard quiver. I current have a 152 YES Jackpot (park and resort cruising/jibbing) and a 167 cm Rossingal Experience (freeride, powder, and sketchy as terrain). These boards are pretty much the complete opposite, and offer a incredibley different riding experiences (which is pretty great).

I'm looking for something in middle that is going to be a bit more versatile (i.e. would consider taking just that board on an overseas trip rather than two boards). I'd like it to perform well in powder, but be alotmore playful than the experience. Wouldn't be too concerned about freestyle other than being able to pull off some dodgey 180's and 360's off small hits while riding the whole mountain. Wouldn't take it on the sketchiest terrain, but would want to be able to ride steep and hard resort terrain.

Any suggestions. BTW I am about 155 pounds and 5'11. Thanks guys
Grab it up, it's $150 bucks.

http://www.evo.com/outlet/snowboards...snowboard.aspx
http://www.evo.com/outlet/snowboards..._153_Image.jpg
http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...w-all-mtn.html

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