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01-06-2009 04:47 AM
Triple8Sol I'd recommend you look into the: Roxy Ally/Envi, Arbor Push/Cadence
01-05-2009 10:24 PM
BCsnowboardchik Check out the Roxy MTX Boards (Ally, Envi)
Never Summer Infinity-R
Gnu B-Pro is interesting as well

If you want more of a pure park board I can say my Roxy Ollie Pop does well for that
01-05-2009 09:23 PM
SoItGoes13
Board advice: time to replace my ride!

So here's the story: I've had the same board for the past 4 seasons and its treated me great but I think it's time for an upgrade. Currently I have a Ride Vista 146 with Ride sPi bindings.

It was the perfect beginner board and has definitely allowed me to improve, but now it's pretty bashed and as I'm becoming a better rider I'm looking for something that suites my needs.

My Details-
female/5'4"/140lbs

I'd describe myself as intermediate to advanced- I can go down all trails no problem, hit smaller jumps and ride onto boxes consistently but I would like to improve my park riding.

I'm looking for a board that will handle the whole mountain as well as the park and it has to ride well on ice cus I live in Massachusetts.

Advice please!

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