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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-21-2012, 06:42 PM
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Just picked up on a good deal a Rome vinyl rocker, which is flat based with lifted tips, essentially the womens version of a mod rocker. Might be something to think about as well.

My Mod tore up the mountain yesterday freeriding and jumping off what I could with the lack of snow, extremely happy with it! Less catchy than my Anthem, but carves nearly like the Anthem does.

Can't wait to get into the trees with it. The flat base seems to respond much like camber with lifted tips does.
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Jones boards are no longer made by Nidecker.
Oh? So where are they made now?

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I answered this once already, the new Jones are made in the GST factories.
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hi everyone, sorry I haven't replied at all lately with an update. I was unable to board fr a month due to a first degree tear in my mcl. I did on a higher note choose a prior Brandywine and I love it! unbelievable difference so far and it hold an edge through a lot of conditions my old board lost it. I am currently working on my carving hard and will keep you updated on how it goes on the new board thanks again for all the advice! enjoy boarding everyone
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Very NICE choice!!!
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hi everyone, sorry I haven't replied at all lately with an update. I was unable to board fr a month due to a first degree tear in my mcl. I did on a higher note choose a prior Brandywine and I love it! unbelievable difference so far and it hold an edge through a lot of conditions my old board lost it. I am currently working on my carving hard and will keep you updated on how it goes on the new board thanks again for all the advice! enjoy boarding everyone
Jeez lady can't you use some capitals?!? USE THE SPELL CHECK DAMN YOU!

Nice board.
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Shayboarder is a site with a lot of board reviews. Might help you decide.
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I answered this once already, the new Jones are made in the GST factories.
Does Nidecker already know... Nidecker Snowboards - About us

My Flagship is a 12/13, produced by Nidecker. I guess the change will be recognizable next season?
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hi everyone, sorry I haven't replied at all lately with an update. I was unable to board fr a month due to a first degree tear in my mcl. I did on a higher note choose a prior Brandywine and I love it! unbelievable difference so far and it hold an edge through a lot of conditions my old board lost it. I am currently working on my carving hard and will keep you updated on how it goes on the new board thanks again for all the advice! enjoy boarding everyone
Morris149, any thoughts on the pop off that Prior board? Have you done much jumps or spins on it?

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