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02-04-2008 07:42 PM
rgrwilco the agent is not much stiffer than the artifcat. i believe the mod is stiffer then the agent. ive heard nothing but great things about lib tech.
02-04-2008 06:53 PM
cg68 Not neccesarily all Rome, Ive just gotten great feeback on the agent so far. I thought the Mod was softer then the agent though? Ive gotten it down to pretty much those 2 and the Lib Tech TRS series. Any opinions on that?
02-04-2008 06:51 PM
rgrwilco the mod and anthem are stiffer boards. if you want rome, and it seems like your looking into one, go with the agent. handles anything.
02-04-2008 06:42 PM
cg68 Got the 390's... sick

Still looking at the TRS, but pretty interested in the rome Agent or Mod now as well. Any feedback out there?
02-01-2008 08:21 PM
mike1two Here are some bindings to look at. I also think that the TRS MTX would be a great board for you and probably shouldn't go any bigger than 157.

Burton EST Snowboard Bindings > Mens Snowboard Bindings - Free Shipping & No Sales Tax
02-01-2008 07:19 PM
lucas.barwick i've heard great things about the Rider's choice 08, i had the 07 and wasn't in love with it so i sold it, but the 08 is supposed to be a much better all around board as far as using it in the park and taking it down the mountain. Oh, and MTX rocks!
02-01-2008 11:28 AM
kri$han From what I've read; binding wise you might like the 390's more than the targas or the CO2's. AFAIK the CO2's and Targas are stiffer, and geared towards back country type riding, but the 390's have the necessary flex for park.

personally, I like stiff bindings (which maybe why I'm no pro in the parks, lol), but if you like some flex, the 390's will be the sure ticket.

I'm gonna grab a pair of those hopefully at the end of this season on sale, to put on my park board.
02-01-2008 10:11 AM
cg68 Somebody, anybody??
02-01-2008 12:09 AM
Originally Posted by carne_asada View Post
You have to mix in your weight as well too! I think a 165 might be a little too big...
Who said anything about a 165? That is my weight... I ride a 158 right now
01-31-2008 10:54 PM
baldy i suggest a burton twin, that's what i have right now but im like 15 lbs. more than you. it handles well for a park board and its super fun. i do the same as you basically, freestyle down the mountain, not really interested in bombing it, but feels stable as well since its a bit wide.
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