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10-24-2015 07:40 PM
SnowDogWax Sweet looking board, my race board is SG 167 Force was on podium in the last Olympics.

10-24-2015 07:32 PM
bushkey I have a 2003 164 Palmer Titanium That has been my main board for racing and free carving for the last 12 years! Board would not die and carved faster and better then anything in its category (except the Kessler Cross which is basically the Palmer with KST). Maybe because of the Titanium sheet that the camber never got sloppy on me. I have won races on it every year, and no one can catch me on free rides. I have been Snowbaording for 30 years, and it has been the best board I have ever owned by a Long shot. I retired it out this year, and just ordered my first Kessler to replace it. I really didnt want to pay the large fee for the Kessler, but I figured it was the next level from the Palmer, and I will probably get 10+ years out of it. I will never sell my Palmer, it will go up on the wall of fame.
04-09-2015 12:23 PM
Originally Posted by Trabi75 View Post
Palmer was the man and boarder cross god.
Yup, pretty much. If anyone disagrees?

I'm sure he'd tell you otherwise.

04-09-2015 03:08 AM
Trabi75 Palmer was the man and boarder cross god.
04-09-2015 12:35 AM
timmytard I have 2 Palmer Titanium Channels

They are the boards you are looking for.

Palmer rode these, when he crushed the rest of the world in boardercross.

Hard booters or fruit booters ride these boards, you don't see many soft boot guys riding these.
You just don't see many people period, riding these.

Well for one, they're expensive. Even when they were new, they were over $1000 bucks, most other boards were about $400.

2ndly, you will go fast, like really fast, fast

These were also the only Palmer decks NOT made in the Palmer factory.

These wolves in sheeps clothing were made by Kessler.

They have a full sheet of Titanal in them

You will slay everything & everyone on this.
Took one out in the summer, carved 6 inch deep trenches in the blacktop:blahblah :
Didn't even scratch it

I have yet to ride anything like this, FO REALZ

Riding features: unique racing properties unsurpassed precision, and easy, predictable turn initiation unsurpassed race dynamic rebounds highest strength and race performance in concert with maximum dampening and smoothness highest stability at speed highest power distribution to the edges with unforgiving grip on ice highest torsional stiffness and rigidity in all directions highest prize money at the podium

Why Metal? |

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Palmer Channel Titanium 2001 Older Freeride Reviews -

04-08-2015 07:24 PM
Trabi75 I second lib tech darker series or lib tech phoenix . Camber dominant boards
04-08-2015 07:05 PM
yudayevmaxim $650 for a brand new factory packed one or $500 for a twice ridden one. No scratches nothing, but it has a sharpie written sign "Aurora" on the top sheet.
04-08-2015 05:21 PM
SnowDogWax How much for SG Force
04-08-2015 04:17 PM
yudayevmaxim Hi there,

Are you still looking for a BX board? I've got a professional boardercross board for you. SG Force Pro Team 160. Let me know if you are interested. And it might be just the price of your budget.
03-14-2014 11:52 PM
burtonboardr I think I am leaning toward the A Frame
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