boards for powder
my riding is pretty standard all-mountain stuff. i have a nidecker platinum 158 which i love.
i've been thinking of getting a board specifically for powder days and my knee-jerk reaction was to just go for an all-mountain board in a longer length, perhaps 163. i have a nidecker pro-form so, as cost is an issue for me, my default would be to go nidecker: a legend or a megalight.
i didn't really ride much last year when this whole reverse camber thing took off. i see references to it all over the place now so it looks like quite a few companies have embraced the technology.
can somebody who's ridden a reverse-camber/banana board compare it to a regular camber board specifically with regard to riding in powder.
also, if i went the banana route, what size should i shoot for (given my regular all-mountain ride is a 158)?
finally, i like the look of the never summer summit? anybody ridden one? thoughts?
Last edited by alasdairm; 11-29-2008 at 04:51 PM.