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Casperftw 03-13-2014 04:16 PM

Burton Process & Superhero.
 
Hello once again guys :)

I currently own a Burton Process flying V 2013 and a Superhero 2012. i really love these boards for playing on however. i have now got to a level in the army where i can start competing as i have 2 freestyle boards i am looking at getting a board for both BorderX and PGS (Slalom) my flying V hasn't caused me many problems on any of the above competitions but i feel as though i need an all rounder board or one i can use which is fast and has really good edge control as i slip out now and again and dont absorb alot of moguls with my process.

are there any tips on what boards i should consider that would be ideal for riding slalom and borderX.

Thanks again!:yahoo:

Casperftw 03-16-2014 09:15 AM

Just bumping this up. anyone?

Lamps 03-16-2014 09:37 AM

Burton custom X or bx board from Kessler or oxess

Deacon 03-16-2014 09:40 AM

did you watch sochi? Virus. Kessler. long stiff boards with long sidecuts. forward stance. way ridgid bindings.

Casperftw 03-16-2014 09:46 AM

What do you mean by forward stance i currently go Duck. im guessing forward stance would be what +21 on my front and 6 on my back? thanks

LA Forever 09-01-2014 03:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Casperftw (Post 1616402)
What do you mean by forward stance i currently go Duck. im guessing forward stance would be what +21 on my front and 6 on my back? thanks

Forward stance meaning your bindings are set more towards the front of the board... which in turn makes you a little faster since your weight is more on the front of the board.

Also, if you're going for speed, I would set your stance to be both facing the same way, instead of duck.

Deacon 09-01-2014 08:56 AM

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Originally Posted by LA Forever (Post 1797410)
Forward stance meaning your bindings are set more towards the front of the board... which in turn makes you a little faster since your weight is more on the front of the board.

Also, if you're going for speed, I would set your stance to be both facing the same way, instead of duck.

Forward stance IS both your bindings with positive angle. It is NOT where they are located front to back. :shrug:

LA Forever 09-01-2014 03:25 PM

I knew I should have put an "I think that's what he means" lol. Thanks for the clarification.


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