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|10-21-2011 10:17 PM|
|drpeppr237||Oh haha my bad, oh ok, well I've been using mine for about 2 1/2 3 years and it doesnt really have any damage, just miner scuffing. Another board I would recommend is the Burton Custom, my friend has that, he's said before its a pretty good all mountain board, he is mostly in the terrain parks though.|
|10-21-2011 10:00 PM|
Originally Posted by drpeppr237 View Post
I like it but I got it used and it is getting to be in not so great shape..
|10-21-2011 09:57 PM|
|drpeppr237||Get a Burton Dominant, I ride a dominant and it's amazing. It says it's mostly for park but I think it's great for all mountain, the highest they make in the dominant is 159, I ride a 159 and i'm 5'10 155lb and size 9 boot and it's a lil on the big side for me, it should be perfect for u, I ride it with burton frestyle bindings, they work pretty good as well. Hope this helps!|
|10-21-2011 09:31 PM|
|CMSbored||Atomic Hatchet. Great board. For some reason its not recommended anymore but its still a bad ass board.|
|10-21-2011 09:13 PM|
|damanb||I'll definitely be demoing tbis winter before I get one. Was just looking for some suggestions on what types of boards to try out so I'll keep your suggestions in mind.|
|10-21-2011 08:19 PM|
|readimag||you can ride a 155 easy for a park board, I have ridden the www when my friend was trying out my parkstar and I did not like the feel at all. Way to soft for me if you ever plan on taking it out of the park. It is a really great board for buttering and jibbing, but so is any board if you put some power behind it. I would just wait if you can and demo this winter then get a board after you try a few.|
|10-21-2011 08:02 PM|
I have both. Burton ConDom and Burton mission est bindings.
I was looking at a k2 www as well today..
Would anyone have size suggestions as well?
I'm 6', 160 lbs, size 10 boots
|10-21-2011 07:59 PM|
so ……. you have a board or you have bindings or you have both you lost me on that part.
signal park flat
just to name some I like
|10-21-2011 07:47 PM|
Board and/or binding suggestions
So I'm pretty new to riding. Spent a few Christmas breaks and spring breaks riding. Spending my first full winter on the snow here in Salt Lake City and am considering a new board.
I'm going to mostly be riding groomers buttering a little, jibbing on boxes and maybe rails, and small jumps.
I've only ridden my Burton ConDom and have some EST bindings so if someone can suggest a good Burton board for my style I'd appreciate it. I'm open to other brands I would just need to find some other bindings first and may have to wait for the board one extra season. If you think of a good board that I'd need new bindings for could you suggest some bindings too?
Found a great deal on my current board and bindings on eBay and couldn't pass it up so I never did too much shopping around or demoing first so any experienced input is greatly appreciated!