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02-16-2011 04:24 PM
Edp25 I have been on a carbon credit for the last year and have really progressed on this board. Nice grip on ice and hold up pretty well at speed for a board tat is not meant to be too stiff. I will be keeping it until I break it.

Good luck!
02-16-2011 03:57 PM
manhattanproj has anyone tried the typo? is it a good board for beginnners/intermediates?

and what size board should i be looking at? i'm 5'8" and 170-180 lbs.
02-15-2011 05:02 PM
board question

i snowboarded 3 times, can start to link some turns, so in essence, a beginner.

i'm trying to decide on a couple of boards and if you have any other suggestions, feel free.

these are the boards i'm looking at: yes typo, rossignol angus, and gnu carbon credit. i've never ridden a camrock board like the typo and angus, but the tech seems like a good mix/compromise to learn. and the gnu gets rave reviews as being a good progressive learning board.

what do you guys think?

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