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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-06-2008, 10:11 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone ridden a Donek?

Anyone ridden a Donek? Thoughts?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-06-2008, 11:44 PM
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a what? is that a board or a chzech car company?
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Donek Snowboards and Skis :: Handcrafted in Colorado :: Race, Alpine, Carving, Freeride and Freestyle Snowboards :: Telemark Skis & Alpine Skis

It's a small CO based company. They make custom boards, or you can order one of their models and have it customized. I've seen 2 people with Doneks over the years and they loved them. Just wanted some more opinions if anyone has any experience with Donek.

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My wife has a Donek Incline 155 and likes it. Even though it's a little short for me, I plan to finally steal a ride on it this year. I've been lusting after their high performance alpine sticks for years.
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Donek makes a quality product, not too far from my house actually. I've ridden one, back in the day they were comparable to Neversummer. I think the NS tech is a bit ahead of them. Donek's main market these days seems to be alpine boards for hardbooters. They love 'em. So if you're going plate binders, I would say they are the board to get. For freeride, freestyle, I just don't know. Would love to take one out and test it for myself.
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