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05-29-2014 11:56 PM
ridinbend /end thread
05-29-2014 10:22 PM
Nivek Yes PYL, Flow Drifter, K2 Turbo Dream, Trick Pony might be good but I never got to ride it on a groomer, Rome Mod Rocker, Salomon Assassin, DC Ply (yup), Rossi Angus, Jones Mtn Twin, Flow Rush, maybe a Capita BSOD but I haven't ridden the new one.

OR:

Flow Era and Darwin, Burton Parkitect and Fish, Slash Happy Place and Straight, Yes Jackpot and Jones Hovercraft, Salomon Assassin and SickStick, Capita DOA and Charlie, Rome Gangsta Plank and their pow stick, Rossi TrickStick and XV, K2 Happy Hour and Peacekeeper.
05-29-2014 08:33 PM
SLiM253 what about a capita BSOD?
05-29-2014 07:47 PM
linvillegorge
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perhaps a marhar bohemian. It should handle Pow really well, and can do all mountain... check Agnarchy review here
2015 Marhar Bohemian Review | agnarchy.com
"thankfully Nate & Josh let me loan the Bohemian in hopes of being able to ride it in some powder down in North Carolina"



But actually, it does look like it could potentially fit the bill.
05-29-2014 07:46 PM
larrytbull perhaps a marhar bohemian. It should handle Pow really well, and can do all mountain... check Agnarchy review here
2015 Marhar Bohemian Review | agnarchy.com
05-29-2014 07:37 PM
linvillegorge Sounds to me like you're looking for two boards. Got a good, all-mountain twin or directional twin then get you a pow stick.
05-29-2014 07:05 PM
Steezus Christ ive been riding a lib tech t rice pro for 3 seasons now and its my go to board for cruising around the mountain, buttering groomers, riding trees, pow and hitting side hits. i ride it in a true twin, centred fashion and find its a fairly aggressive board for a true twin. i find it hold its own in pow upto maybe 20cm but at that point you wont find much more float from anything unless you go with a more tapered, pow specific shape.

in general:
-rides switch well
-handles ice
-great through trees
-great for freestyle and tricks
-doesnt feel too good on rails
-rides pow <20cm

not sure how it would hold up in japow but its a great all mountain resort board.
05-29-2014 06:43 PM
wrathfuldeity all mtn badass would be the billygoat...

however will not work for deep j-pow which imho would require a specific board...thus refer you to check with EMT
05-29-2014 08:26 AM
Lamps Burton Sherlock is twin, loves powder, ok on groomers, hates ice.

Burton juice wagon loves powder, devours groomers, even icy ones, but it's very directional.

This is a common trade off people run into.

A tapered cambered board tend to do well on pow and groomers, but is directional.

Rockered or hybrid twin boards like powder and switch, but suffer as the snow conditions harden.
05-29-2014 07:51 AM
spino by K2 i would look into the ultra dream, rather than the two you listed.
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