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01-03-2014 06:06 PM
linvillegorge Yep, you've already bought it, so just ride it and see if you like it.
01-03-2014 06:04 PM
Riley212 No, send the board to me and buy the Yes Basic...

You are new enough to not have a "style." Ride it for the season, if you don't like it by the end then get a different board next year.

Remember the key here is to slide around on snow, your setup will do that terrifically.
01-03-2014 05:32 PM
lobster snowboards?

Hey everyone,

I bought a lobster park board for this season and im questioning whether I made the right decision or not...

I'm 5 foot 11
Around 140 pounds

My current setup:
151 lobster park board
Union contact bindings
Thirty two boots (forgot model)

I ride all mountain mostly but wanted a board that could perform in the park.

I paid around 500 for the full build

Did I buy the right board for my style?
If not I was looking at the yes basic

BTW I'm a new/intermediate rider

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