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Need a new quiver killer!

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-I live in Quebec (Yes imma frenchie xD)
-I mainly ride groomers and ice, pow is hard to find =[
-I'm and intermediate rider, been snowboarding for 3 years, but I've skied for 6 years prior to that.
-I like to go fast and carve aggressively the most, but I also go to the park with my bros sometimes.
-I can't afford multiple boards so I need one that can do it all haha
-Kinda low budget, so last year models or cheap 2013 would be preferred.

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-6'0" 180 pounds
- Size 10.5 US boots
- Ride XL bindings and ride orion boots

My top choices are the NS sl and the salomon sabotage but I've only found a 159 legacy for $400 and I can't find a Canadian shop that sells the sabotage(willing to pay retail price for the salomon sabotage because it's only $400).
I also found a 159 signal omni for $360, a 159 capita nas for $340, and a 160 ride arcade UL for 320. I found most of these deals on Home - The Boardroom so if you find something there that fits my needs, please tell me =]

Also, after a bit more research, I found that there's magnetraction that could help me on ice....so now I'm even more undecided lol

Any help is appreciated!

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Yo le gros,

Ma taille est exactemwnt pareil que toe, jai un ns heritage, capita sierrascope et gnu riders choice, jaime beaucoup le gnu pour mtx, si ton bdget permet jdirai de poigner le riders choice. Jai reduit a 154.5 et jai aucun probleme aller vite

Par compte le ns legacy peut bien torcher les montagnes et un tit peut de parc
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Yo le gros,

Ma taille est exactemwnt pareil que toe, jai un ns heritage, capita sierrascope et gnu riders choice, jaime beaucoup le gnu pour mtx, si ton bdget permet jdirai de poigner le riders choice. Jai reduit a 154.5 et jai aucun probleme aller vite

Par compte le ns legacy peut bien torcher les montagnes et un tit peut de parc
La legacy ye po trop big pour tes pieds? Pi ouai jai vu que ya plein dmonde qui trouve que la gnu est epic mais cest trop cher pi jarrive po a en un trouver un de lannée passée de ma taille. Jai essayé un board plus ptit moment donné (156) mais ca mconvenais po donc jvoudrai rester dans le 159-162 range
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Yo le gros,

Ma taille est exactemwnt pareil que toe, jai un ns heritage, capita sierrascope et gnu riders choice, jaime beaucoup le gnu pour mtx, si ton bdget permet jdirai de poigner le riders choice. Jai reduit a 154.5 et jai aucun probleme aller vite

Par compte le ns legacy peut bien torcher les montagnes et un tit peut de parc
Can't argue with that...
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Just approve then
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Jones Mountain Twin would be a great option.

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Flow Era 158, Arbor Coda 157, K2 Turbo Dream 157, Ride Buckwild 157, 2012 Burton Custom Restricted 158, or a Nitro Rook 158ish.

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