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01-20-2014 07:49 PM
Klang180
What board for my requirements?

Hello guys. Just got new boots and so now i have the most important element of setup sorted i am now thinking about boards.

I currently ride a 2012-13 Arbor Blacklist 160 and although i love it i wonder if it is the best board for me.

I am 185lbs, 6ft2 and wear size 12 K2 Maysis (bigger boot i think). I like a little park but only kickers and spend a lot of time riding the pistes carving. Basically i would like an all mountain freestyle board that can carve hard if required. I have been trying to carve hard on the Blacklist and i am just not sure it can handle it or if it is me but it just doesn't seem to pop all that well from one edge to another. Do i need to go back to Camber?

Will anything out there surpass my Blacklist or is it back to school and work harder and harder on my technique.

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