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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-08-2008, 02:39 PM
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GNU Danny Kass Vertigo Magne 2008 - pls help

cheers all

was after ur help here

i read the VERTIGO is mainly a pipe board, how would it go for riding on groomed runs and for doing turns etc, i like the features it has but as i mainly ride on the mountain but like jumps and spins and am trying to get bigger airs, the board looks like it has some stiffness which would be good for freeride but maybe too much sidecut??? not sure if this will suit me, can anyone help!!!

the carbon high beam with magne is also an option as some websites claim it has some all mountain potential
or the burton custom is also an option

the vertigo has best features of these 3 boards but havent been able to read a review so wondering what you good people think would be the best choice from these 3 boards
thanks in advance
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-09-2008, 06:07 AM
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so many looks no replys, come on dont be scared, first reply will get a prize!!!
basically thinking about it im choosing between the burton custom and dk vertigo mtx, which of these two would you think is the better constructed board with better features?
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looks like ive had my question answered at another forum
for those looking into this board heres the answer i got from sierra snowboards

Actually, Danny Kass' boards are great all mountain freestyly boards (as are most pipe boards) because they end up having great flexes that are a bit stiffer than average for a freestyle board which makes them great for all mountain riding, but also are some sort of twin shape, making them fun for the freestyle. I'd say that the Vertigo is definitely a great choice.

im gonna buy this board and will post a review when i get around to riding it
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