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02-16-2014 12:11 PM
West Baden Iron
Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
If you're gonna get a powder board, get a powder board.
I agree. You can still ride a powder board on the rest of the mountain if needed.
02-16-2014 11:45 AM
linvillegorge If you're gonna get a powder board, get a powder board.
02-16-2014 11:20 AM
Coda for powder

I currently have a 155 arbor coda that i really like for all mountain, it's by far my favorite board. But at 175lbs it's not the best powder board on deep days.

Instead of getting a "real" powder board I was thinking of just getting another coda in a 162 and using that as my powder board.

Does that seem a little dumb? Do you think it would be more beneficial to get something that is truly made for deep days?

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