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|03-26-2007 05:18 AM|
i am currently studying a business course and have got a questionnaire on snowboarding i need people to help me fill out i am a border myself but i need alot of people to help me fill these out for my research course
if ene would help me out i would be very grateful
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|02-19-2007 01:42 PM|
BobWards.com: 5150 Ladies Dynasty Snowboard (05) - A step above the rest for women wanting to charge (Ladies Dynasty Snowboard (05)) Info
I got that for my girlfriend for Christmas. I did a lot of research on snowboards and this was the only womens board from 5150 that I found worth it. Check on Ebay, I paid 133 CAD shipped brand new in the plastic.
Basically, look for a board with sidewall construction, sintered or sintruded base, at least triaxial fiber glass weave and a wood core. Those are the important specs to look at IMO.
You don't want cap construction and extruded bases are slow and don't hold wax at all.
My girlfriend got the 149 and she is 5'4" 117lbs, if you are just starting, I'd get ~145 cm.
|02-17-2007 12:48 AM|
i'm not going to do your homework for u, u do it nd come back here for answers
145-151 is the size u are shooting for with that wieght
how old are u also
|02-13-2007 07:33 PM|
Need help with a board decision
i am just starting and i am looking to buy my first board, i dont want to spend very much. i am 5'3" 110 and wear a size 8 shoe, i dont know what size to get(board, bindings, boots)i was looking at the 5150s from what ive read they arent the best but are they a good beginer board