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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-01-2012, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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I put a post on this not too long ago, but I must admit that I was very Burton biased. After reading around some more, I now am more open to other brands of snowboarding. This being said, I'm still looking for a new snowboard. I am 135lbs 5'10" size 11 foot live in ND but do most of my snowboarding in Montana, only inbounds for now, but I love taking the powder/tree runs. I need a good all mountain board (I ride a little park too) that I can find somewhere new and on sale for under $350.
Last time I got a few suggestions of the K2 Raygun, Parkstar, Salomen Acid, Signal Omni, and Nitro Pro Kooley. How do these sound, or any more suggestions?
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If it's the Pro Kooley from last year, that one. If it's this years Kooley, get the Raygun instead.

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I'm leaning towards the Raygun as of now. I've also heard good things about the Burton Sherlock and Yes. Pick your line. Anyone have experience with those? How will these compare to the Raygun?
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