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04-05-2010 09:54 AM
zakk my wife got the infinity and she love's it. really forgiving, great pow float, solid on the groomers and she can still manual on it.
04-04-2010 10:27 PM
BettyYeti I just got the Arbor Cadence and rode for the first time this weekend and I LOVE this board. It is very responsive, light, just poppy and fun and fast. LOVE it. And it looks pretty sick too. I have ride diva bindings on her.
04-04-2010 08:06 PM
lilfoot1598 Never Summer Infinity-R.

Gnu B-Pro
04-04-2010 12:02 PM
Lateotw
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Originally Posted by CoopersTroopers View Post
The Blue is meant as a stiffer freeride kind of board. In the end she went for an Arbor Cadence (Good Wood award winning), which she found rode better switch, felt a little lighter, looked better, was not a Burton product, had a better warranty, and was a considerably more environmentally responsible product.

Thanks for the recommendation, will def check out the arbor.
04-04-2010 12:01 PM
Lateotw guess i just wonna try something different from the burton.
04-04-2010 11:46 AM
CoopersTroopers
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I'm looking for something that's a little directional but still versatile to ride all mountain, maybe similar to the Burton feelgood. Any suggestions? Will Rome blue be too stiff comparing to the feelgood?
From my friends' brief demoes of both of those boards, she found the Blue to be noticeably stiffer (but not in a bad way). The Blue is meant as a stiffer freeride kind of board. In the end she went for an Arbor Cadence (Good Wood award winning), which she found rode better switch, felt a little lighter, looked better, was not a Burton product, had a better warranty, and was a considerably more environmentally responsible product.
04-04-2010 11:20 AM
alasdairm ^ if you like the profile of the feelgood, why not get a feelgood?

alasdair
04-04-2010 10:39 AM
Lateotw
Looking for a women's board similar to the 'feelgood'

I'm looking for something that's a little directional but still versatile to ride all mountain, maybe similar to the Burton feelgood. Any suggestions? Will Rome blue be too stiff comparing to the feelgood?

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