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01-16-2013 03:45 PM
olas38 Hero burton ! only park !! or resorts .... is fun board ( but if you want to go for serios mountain back country riders look for something else ...if you ride your local resort 80 % of your time go for hero ! you will love it ...
01-16-2013 03:41 PM
olas38 Kelly is the picture on the board ! ( the greats of yes snowboards ) they have made one board for each great snowboarder ) check the greats from ( YES) 158 cm has the picture of craig kelly ( pioner of the snowboarding ! burton partner and designer of the freeride best snowboards in 1990 's ....
01-16-2013 03:38 PM
olas38 check this link ! other wise edges can be rounded ! on the tip or tail of the board like 3 cm fromthe last contact point !
01-16-2013 12:59 AM
olas38
Hero burton

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I was also looking at the Burton Flying V Rocker.
I couldnt really find any review on it.
Hero burton is the right board ...
01-15-2013 05:44 PM
Basti
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I cant find the 158 kelly.

link please?
YES. SNOWBOARDS The Greats
01-15-2013 02:24 PM
Sogorul
can you please help me

Hey guys, I am a 24 year rider from Romania and I am a 6 year rider I am not into park riding, just montain, powder etc.
I have a 2006 Burton Clash and I want to change it this year.
I got a great deal on a Burton Hero 2010 with bindings, but I am not so sure it`s the best board for what I want to do so please give some sugestions...
Thanks
01-15-2013 01:40 PM
dopeythatme
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Im expert rider ! 17 winter in my back ! go for Yes snowboards Good price , and will be the next step after Custom ..( the greats YES ) may be 158 (2013 edition NOt the 2012) ...2013 is made in austria better quality and the Nydecker workshop. best quality in europa ! asymetric 158 kelly ! thats for you ! you will love it .
I cant find the 158 kelly.

link please?
01-15-2013 01:06 PM
dopeythatme thank you all

I'm going to look into a hybrid concave.

I'm just going to read a lot of review.

I never heard of a YES board but I'm going to def take them into consideration
01-15-2013 10:15 AM
olas38 Im expert rider ! 17 winter in my back ! go for Yes snowboards Good price , and will be the next step after Custom ..( the greats YES ) may be 158 (2013 edition NOt the 2012) ...2013 is made in austria better quality and the Nydecker workshop. best quality in europa ! asymetric 158 kelly ! thats for you ! you will love it .
01-15-2013 09:38 AM
Basti
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The one board I was looking at was one of burtons v-rocker boards that has the mixture of rocker and chamber
Also a valid option even though the edge hold on the Flying V isn't the best. There are better solutions out there.

Also, keep in mind that there are different mixes of rocker and camber out there, each with their own attributes. Flying V means Camber-Rocker-Camber (just like Lib Tech, Never Summer and others use), others do it the other way round (YES, Ride, ...). Then of course there's also flat and rocker profile . People have their preferences and will tell you why which mix is the best. The truth is only in trying any of them and see what suits you best. Judging from your first post I think you would enjoy a hybrid camber profile.

A great thread about this topic is here: http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...g-between.html
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