|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-10-2010 08:56 AM|
Highly doubt that is carbon fiber, the mounting discs aren't even slotted for adjustably. Even the cheapest brands out there use slotted discs.
Don't waste you money on this set up, unless it is $5 and free shipping...at $5.01 you will be getting ripped off.
The newest (only good thing) thing in that photo is Smith Holt helmet. That is worth more than board x and binding y.
|12-10-2010 01:14 AM|
|thugit||just go to a store and get a board there as opposed to getting some 15 year old junker with "carbon fiber" bindings|
|12-09-2010 09:39 PM|
Originally Posted by BurtonAvenger View Post
anyone got any idea of what kind/genre of snowboarding this board wouldve been aimed at? would it suit me
Im about 5"6 and 65kg and ive been snowboarding about 3 weeks total. I can do most black runs and at the end of my last trip was learning to do a few boxes/rails and quarter pipes, can do ollies/180s etc so i would say im an intermediate snowboarder
so would it be fair for me to want a board that is about 150-155cm and is fairly flexy?
also, the bindings appear to be made of carbon fiber in other pictures of this board, is that a new kind of technology or has it been around for a while?
|12-09-2010 08:34 PM|
|extra0||"Hawking"(?) There were so many snowboard brands in the 90s, it boggles the mind...I think they even ran out of names.|
|12-09-2010 07:57 PM|
|m_jel||maybe an old k2 board with old ride bindings?|
|12-09-2010 07:46 PM|
|BurtonAvenger||probably firefly but my god those angles are fucking aggressive.|
|12-09-2010 06:43 PM|
Anyone know what brand this snowboard is?
I've been looking around to buy my first snowboard, this one LOOKS pretty good and is at a good price, only thing is I dont know what brand/model it is. same with the bindings
apologies if this is in the wrong section etc. new to the site
any help would be greatly appreciated, heres a picture of the board