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03-04-2011 01:50 AM
twin89 oo, thanks for the info, cause an oppurtunity has come up for me to buy a 152, and it has a 24.8 waist width, structurn base, twin, but they don't have anything listed about the camber profile, which is prob the most important thing =(.
03-04-2011 01:47 AM
BurtonAvenger Depends on which rider is getting them. They are from the GST factory in Austria if I remember correctly when I looked at the base of it there was structurn. It's kind of the same program Volcom has with their boards.
03-04-2011 01:07 AM
twin89
Anyone know anything on 32 snowboard?

Does anyone know anything on the 32 snowboards that they are giving to their sponsored riders?

I heard stepchild was making them, but i was also wondering if they are cambered, flat camber or reverse camber?

Just being curious... thanks!

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