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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-19-2013, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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Again thanks. We appear to be very similar in approach to this and hearing your experience with the more rocker style board is giving me more confidence in that direction. I have some homework to do! Again thanks to all for the great info, very much appreciated.
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Hybrid. After years on full camber boards I bought a camber/ rocker/ camber board, I'm totally stoked on it. It really does ride like a rocker board with great edge control. Its playful AND precise.
The custom flying V would be a good choice.
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One Magtek

So still haven't pulled the trigger, and have given up on making a demo just too hard logistically. I'm leaning towards a hybrid and considered the Burton Custom Flying V but prefer other bindings, looked at the K2 Raygun then saw the Rossignol One Magtek might be the better board. Any opinions?
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So still haven't pulled the trigger, and have given up on making a demo just too hard logistically. I'm leaning towards a hybrid and considered the Burton Custom Flying V but prefer other bindings, looked at the K2 Raygun then saw the Rossignol One Magtek might be the better board. Any opinions?
I have a rossignol one magtek and I can say that you will not be disappointed! Its not a very playful board but if you like cruising down the hill making precise cuts this is the board for you, not to mention its amazing in ice
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Awesome, thanks! I'm thinking the One Magtek may be the board for me. Believe I'll stay with the rear-entry style bindings, and thinking of the
Flow NX2-AT bindings, any comments or suggestions?
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Awesome, thanks! I'm thinking the One Magtek may be the board for me. Believe I'll stay with the rear-entry style bindings, and thinking of the
Flow NX2-AT bindings, any comments or suggestions?
I'm not familiar with too many bindings. Just make sure they are stiff, the board is not playful at all like I said. Its for carving and bombing down the hill
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