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Looking for a new board

Before you give me some suggestions i want to know if i can reuse my old binding on a new board. Do most boards have the same kind of inserts?

Ive been snowboarding for 3 years now and i know how to link turns and all the basics, even tried a bit of park. Ive never tried powder and i dont think ill be able to anytime soon. I want a board for just riding down hills and maybe some park.

My Measurements
- 5.6
- 130 Lbs
- Size 9.5 feet

Location: Toronto Ontario
Price range: $200 - 500

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yes most modern boards and bindings have all common dimension inserts, unless it is the burton channel which you would know if it was.

Probably anything in the 150ish size.

boards i would check out- K2 hit machine, ride machete, capita outsiders, nitro team gullwing

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