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01-06-2013 12:49 PM
mastershake ice coast. very rarely pow.

i'm looking for a playful board that i can throw around, im an all mountain rider, but i wanna start getting comfortable controlling the board and visiting the park.

if anything i'll leave this as a park board eventually or sell it, don't want to get involved with the burton channel system in case i wanna sell the board, that would mean i'd have to sell the bindings with it.
01-06-2013 12:42 PM
bseracka What type of riding do you do and where do you ride?
01-06-2013 09:28 AM
GNU Pickle vs Burton Process Flying V

So the guy in our local shop convincingly made me put a deposit down for a Process Flying V (don't ask, I go to a store to cancel something and come out with tons of shit I don't need). Its a 152cm and I am 155lbs so I am afraid it'll be a bit too small, i also know that the edge hold on it isn't spectacular and especially on ice and that magnetraction seems better.

So I can probably get the GNU Pickle from them in 153 or 156 or I can try real hard and get my deposit back...


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