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|07-26-2014 03:18 AM|
Originally Posted by cokito View Post
|07-25-2014 06:54 PM|
|cokito||Hahah didn't need to read that the day before I go to the mountain!|
|07-12-2014 12:44 PM|
Looks like a good choice. Not worth to pay $300more for a Clash. More like $150... total.
That said, be ready to get whipped the first few tries. If you're used to softer boards with rocker, this will be a noticeable difference. But in the end you'll be better.
A ver quien gana mañana ))
|07-11-2014 08:48 PM|
|cokito||So that's the one I got. Thank you all for your suggestions! I don't know if I'm going for two or even three weeks, I'm so excited!|
|07-11-2014 08:45 PM|
|cokito||Attachment 47962Attachment 47970|
|07-09-2014 05:50 PM|
I'll check that one too, but I'm afraid I'm restricted to those boards for now
|07-09-2014 05:17 PM|
If you get to ride good conditions at Bariloche, try and find a Buston Custom Flying V.
Mid flex, decently forgiving, floats very nice and yet holds the edge in so-so conditions pretty well. Check the board specs for your weight and riding preference.
Other than that, there's a lot of better options than the Clash.
|07-09-2014 05:15 PM|
|cokito||Jajajaj I get your point!|
|07-09-2014 05:04 PM|
this is also very good for first days, but would you ride it after you know a little how to ride? Burton clash is maybe the cheapest burton on market, shity base, soft, excellent for first days on good conditions, but it should be rented, not bought
|07-09-2014 04:55 PM|
Yeah well, prices in Argentina are always like that. And not to mention availability, most boards are out of stock.
So you find burton easier at first but not a better board...
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