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01-07-2013 04:11 AM
kaipirinha81 And what do you think about the snowboard will it be reliable for a beginner ?
01-07-2013 03:23 AM
JeffreyCH G&S makes snowboards? I didn't think they did anything besides surfboards and some skate from WAYYY back in the day.
01-07-2013 02:07 AM
kaipirinha81
Gordon and smith board

Hello everybody a friend of mine that is a begginer in snowboard made a mistake and bought for his first board a unidirectional board (nidecker rave160), I told him to try to sell the board and it was very hard nobody was interested and i told him for try to change for a regular board (twin tip) and now he has one option to do that change for a snowboard of the brand gordon and smith, what do you think of this board? At least is more appropriate than a unidirectional board I think. The board is 160 too and it is new.

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