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flow viper is enough for me? and 2 questiıns

hi everyone. i m member from turkey. i want to buy snowboard set.

- flow viper board Viper | Flow | SPXSHOP.COM Sport Point Extreme Online Sat Maazas
- flow flite1 bindings FLITE 1 | Flow | SPXSHOP.COM Sport Point Extreme Online Sat Maazas

1) is it good set ? what do you think?
2) is bottom side of board enough quality? because it seems me very poor quality.
3) custemer said me it is rocker shape. is it true ?? and rocker is good or bad for beginners

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It's an entry level board for a beginer. If you're a beginer looking for an entry level board, it will work.
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It's an entry level board for a beginer. If you're a beginer looking for an entry level board, it will work.
hmm actualy i think intermediate level board is more suitable, isnt it???
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suitable for what?
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hmm actualy i think intermediate level board is more suitable, isnt it???
Hi,

The Viper is actually a flat board (not a traditional rocker model). It is dead flat to outside of the inserts and then gets a bit of lift before the contact points. What is that good for? Stability and catch free riding. These are the most stable designs on the market. What do you give up? Energy. Because there are no camber sections that can be activated by body weight, these are the least lively designs. They swivel turn better than they carve and they are the slowest to transition from edge to edge.

The Merc is a great upgrade if you are looking for a bit more performance.
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Hi,

The Viper is actually a flat board (not a traditional rocker model). It is dead flat to outside of the inserts and then gets a bit of lift before the contact points. What is that good for? Stability and catch free riding. These are the most stable designs on the market. What do you give up? Energy. Because there are no camber sections that can be activated by body weight, these are the least lively designs. They swivel turn better than they carve and they are the slowest to transition from edge to edge.

The Merc is a great upgrade if you are looking for a bit more performance.
i want a bit cheap model thats why i m choose tihs model. but i m a bit confused about doing right thing...
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