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10-13-2011 07:51 PM
laXfever34
NEED HELP with board selection

Hey,I'm new to the forum, and am seeking a little advice. I am 6'2" and about 150 lbs, I currently ride a k2 155cm anagram. I know it's an intro level board, and I am looking to step it up a little this year. I spent all last season in the parks in eastern north carolina, where we get mostly ice and the snow is never deep. However, I'm going to montreal this year for college fest. I was wondering if my anagram's camber shape will hold up in powder? and I'm looking to upgrade my board anyway, and I want a park board, am very interested in the rocker/reverse camber technologies, especially because I already have a camber board that I plan on keeping. my buddy rides a park pickle he got last year and loves it. so I'm leaning torwards that board. any other's to consider? I've heard the rome machete is a pretty good ride too, also saw a few reviews about the k2 Happy Hour, which looks sick but I'm not sure if it's gonna do what I want it to in the park. what I really liked about my buddy's riding when he switched to the park pickle was how easily he pressed the board (i'm thinking due to it's rocker shape) on boxes and rails, and how well it handled rails and spins in general.

Any input would be GREAT. Thanks

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