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Need new board. concerned..

Alright so I finally need another new board so im leaning towards some kind of burton , i had a forum youngblood 100% woodcore , so my friend is telling me this is going to change my riding because riding a woodcore is different, any reference on boards too thanks,

but my main question is how bad will my riding change after this
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90% of all boards have a word core.
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90% of all boards have a word core.

Yes "Word up" for the word core.

But he is right. Almost all boards are a wood core. Some just have different layers or stringers of various materials added to change the flex pattern of the board.

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what do you like to ride

bump +1 90% of boards are woodcore

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That thing I do to escape the world and have fun with my friends
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You can check out his reviews and that will give you a good idea.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/equ...-you-guys.html

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