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10-23-2013 09:40 PM
ryangli
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Originally Posted by mr_____awesome View Post
If you dont have a lot of money, it doesnt matter that much what year it is. I had a 2009 burton hero and it was great.
Ok thank you. Yeah I just want a board that will work well for what I need and still last for a while untill I feel I need to upgrade lol thank u
10-23-2013 09:36 PM
mr_____awesome
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Originally Posted by ryangli View Post
Ok Sweet for like jumping should I look for anything in particular or will almost anything work for jibbing and simple jump tricks? I looked at a 2008 burton clash before do u think I should look for something a little newer?
If you dont have a lot of money, it doesnt matter that much what year it is. I had a 2009 burton hero and it was great.
10-23-2013 11:25 AM
ryangli
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Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
time to do some reading.

lots of posts and threads just like yours. get something cheap for all mountain in your size. don't sweat the details.
Ok Sweet for like jumping should I look for anything in particular or will almost anything work for jibbing and simple jump tricks? I looked at a 2008 burton clash before do u think I should look for something a little newer?
10-23-2013 11:09 AM
snowklinger
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Originally Posted by ryangli View Post
I am a newer snowboarder and am looking for a board to buy. I am looking for a used board that is good for both park and mountain. I want a board that can jump good, good with jibbing and switches, but also, a board that I can just race down a hill with, carve, and handles on ice.
Thank you very much
Ryan
time to do some reading.

lots of posts and threads just like yours. get something cheap for all mountain in your size. don't sweat the details.
10-23-2013 09:13 AM
ryangli I am a newer snowboarder and am looking for a board to buy. I am looking for a used board that is good for both park and mountain. I want a board that can jump good, good with jibbing and switches, but also, a board that I can just race down a hill with, carve, and handles on ice.
Thank you very much
Ryan
10-23-2013 06:36 AM
killclimbz The Odin is a solid ride. It is a bit of a missle. It took me a little bit longer than most boards to figure it out. Once I did it was great.

It'll be an amazing board on a powder day. The float is unreal.
10-22-2013 09:58 PM
mr_____awesome Just got my odin. First impressions are prety good. Cant wait to finally get to ride it
08-19-2013 08:33 PM
mr_____awesome Just pre-ordered the 2014 venture odin
02-18-2013 05:12 PM
mr_____awesome K im editing my board choices ... Ya, still looking for a board that i can bomb, go in trees, float in powder, basically anything but park. My finally decision comes down to

2014 Lib tech Skunk Ape
or
2014 Venture Odin

kinda leaning towards the odin, but i dont know. Im going to buy a board soon and i dont know which one.
02-06-2013 03:58 AM
Nickk If anyone could help me choose a board it would be very helpful
I've been looking around for a board that can go all over the mountain and still be very good in the park and at jibbing. I was thinking the Lib Tech TRS 154 because I've heard its a Allmountain/Park board but I really don't know due to people sayings its not or it is. I would like too get a Gnu or a Lib tech snowboard because they are on sale but I'm open to other suggestions and if it helps Im 183 cm and 75kg and im size 9.5 boot.

Im a intermediate rider that wants to spend a good amount of time jibbing and in the park but still be able to get some good speed.
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