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02-09-2014 12:50 PM
snowklinger k2 Happy Hour
Never Summer SL or Heritage
Burton Custom(x?)

There is a super short list of decent all-mountain decks, do some research, browse some catalogues.

I'd look at Salomon, Echelon, Nitro and Capita, just to start.
02-09-2014 11:56 AM
Mixmaster5 hi there,

I'm still looking for an alternative.

Thanks for your input.

Cheers
01-18-2014 08:09 AM
Mixmaster5
Alternativ to Team Nitro Rocker

Hey Everybody

I have rented the Team Nitro Wide (Rocker): http://nitrousa.com/board/team-wide

I have been riding this board now for a week. I'm a good all mountain rider (No Pipe, no “hardcore Park“ guy) I love off pist riding and jibbering. The Team is very nice for off pist, for jibbering it is ok (not that much pop).

Which didn't really work out for me:

- It's quite slow...all my students (lighter than me) were way faster on tracks where I hade to glide...
- It's is not that good for caving and fast rides.

So is there an other option, which is still great for off-pist riding and jibbering but a bit more neutral for fast rides?

I appreciate your help. Thanks very much

Cheers

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