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02-25-2011 11:39 AM
Nivek Its just different. It may feel a little looser, more so that you will drive it more between the feet.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/equ...-flux-yes.html
The Angry Snowboarder Blog Archive Arbor Coda A Closer Look
02-25-2011 03:16 AM
tannerhall
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Originally Posted by Nivek View Post
With you wanting some butterness, the Coda. Continuous rocker butters easier than RC. And the Coda will provide all the all mountain comfort and grip you need.
but is the Coda better than the SL in the rest of the mountain?
02-25-2011 01:36 AM
Nivek With you wanting some butterness, the Coda. Continuous rocker butters easier than RC. And the Coda will provide all the all mountain comfort and grip you need.
02-25-2011 12:54 AM
tannerhall
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Do you really thing that helps us at all?

You asked about two all mountain sticks, we already knew what you were looking for.

What does all mtn mean for you? Powder? Ice? Glades? Trees? Park at all? Bombing? Are butters a concern?

Actually put some effort into giving us some info or leave.
Everything...from East coast groomers to bowls in utah and California, and to whistler next year.


basiclly 1 board for everything

East coast groomers= a must
Trees= a must
powder and sludge= a must
butters/jumps=a must


only thing i dont do is half pipe and park
02-25-2011 12:22 AM
Nivek Do you really thing that helps us at all?

You asked about two all mountain sticks, we already knew what you were looking for.

What does all mtn mean for you? Powder? Ice? Glades? Trees? Park at all? Bombing? Are butters a concern?

Actually put some effort into giving us some info or leave.
02-25-2011 12:07 AM
tannerhall
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Originally Posted by jliu View Post
What Nivek is hinting to you is.......no one can give you an answer to your question cause you've provided no detail on what you are looking for, style of riding etc...
all mountain deck
02-24-2011 03:19 PM
jdang307
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I dunno..thats why im asking
This whole thread is basically a subtle hint that if you ask such a question, they need more information. Age, weight height shoe size, riding style, experience, riding conditions, zodiac sign, favorite color, favorite drink, and taste in music.

At a minimum.

Ok the last few only if you are lady.
02-24-2011 08:54 AM
jliu
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Originally Posted by tannerhall View Post
I dunno..thats why im asking

What Nivek is hinting to you is.......no one can give you an answer to your question cause you've provided no detail on what you are looking for, style of riding etc...
02-24-2011 04:02 AM
tannerhall
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Originally Posted by Nivek View Post
You first.
I dunno..thats why im asking
02-23-2011 11:41 PM
KIRKRIDER Arbor. Love mine.
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