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12-09-2010 02:45 PM
xMeese Another board that seems okay for me, I just need someone to help point me in the right direction here, thanks!
Best Prices On K2 Format Snowboard 153
12-09-2010 02:40 PM
xMeese This one actually looks really good for me too, but I'm afraid it may not be wide enough for a 10.5 boot?

Can't wait to hear your guys' opinions on these

Lowest Price on K2 Select Snowboard 153

edit: here's a wider version of this one, I think it may be TOO wide though
12-09-2010 02:30 PM
Is this board right for me?

I've been snowboarding for two years. I've been doing some research on snowboards and am looking to make my first purchase. I've come to the conclusion that a free-riding or all-mountain type of board is right for me, as I'm not really sure what my style is yet and just want something that can do a little bit of everything. I'd like to spend somewhere between 240-320$ on a snowboard so I've been looking at 2010 models. I'm 5'4" and way around 135 lbs. Also my boot size is around a 10.5 US so I've been looking at some of the wider models. I think this board is the correct size. I'm having a hard time distinguishing freeriding and allmountain boards from the freestyle type boards that I definitely want to stay away from. Do you guys think this would be a good one for me?

Best Prices On Burton Deuce Wide Snowboard 153

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