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08-16-2009 06:21 PM
Nivek I know. And I actually land a little front. But the MENTAL fear is from my rocker experience being a SubPop. If you land tip heavy on that at all you wash out. So like I said, its a MENTAL thing, not reality.
08-16-2009 01:45 PM
Cr0_Reps_Smit hitting big jumps with rocker isnt hard unless you land backseat heavy more so then often, in which case you just need to work on your jumping skills because thats how you snap tails anyway.
08-16-2009 01:35 PM
Nivek I second the Believer. Rocker mentally sketches me out on large jumps, Believer is zero camber.
08-16-2009 01:32 PM
Cr0_Reps_Smit
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Originally Posted by jogreenl View Post
can the banana handle pack?
hard pack? yes it handles it very well with the BTX
08-16-2009 01:14 PM
jibkingJ 2010 k2 turbo dream or believer, both boards your gonna get what you want,

K2 Snowboarding
08-16-2009 12:50 PM
jogreenl can the banana handle pack?
08-15-2009 12:26 PM
Cr0_Reps_Smit if you want something buttery/fun but still can handle the mtn the NeverSummer evo-r is a very good board. also the NS SL-r is a slightly stiffer version of the evo-r. from lib tech the TRS is a awesome board and is on the stiffer side but with the banana its fairly easy to press still.
08-15-2009 03:02 AM
jogreenl im 5' 10'', 150 pounds
i ride all mountain. i used to ride a burton custom x which was pretty stiff and i would like to experiment with something a little softer so i can butter and press. im a strong rider. i do expert terrain and big park features and it just depends on the snow conditions to what i ride. ive only got enough money for one board so it needs to be versatile. hopefully under $600 dollars.
08-15-2009 02:16 AM
jtchompy you forgot the: ask a bunch of questions about the board on the internet part
08-15-2009 12:15 AM
lilfoot1598
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Originally Posted by bakesale View Post
1: Decide on what you wanna ride: park, all mountain, big mountain/powder
2: decide on level of desired performance: beginner(low response), intermediate(mid response), advanced(high response)
3: set a budget depending on how advanced of a board and the type of riding
4: find all the boards from all the companies that fit your criteria and pick the one with the coolest topsheet.

It's eerie how much sense this makes.
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