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|11-29-2008 09:02 AM|
|sjm0300||they are white.|
|11-28-2008 04:30 PM|
Originally Posted by sjm0300 View Post
|11-28-2008 11:02 AM|
if your looking for a begineer board, ill sell you my 2009 Burton Bullet 154 with Burton Freestyle bindings.
my fiance bought it for me, and I need a different kind of board for my riding style.
pm me if interested
board is 299 new and bindings are 119 new..I rode it for 3 hrs.
let me know
|11-28-2008 10:31 AM|
Originally Posted by aj10203 View Post
|11-27-2008 05:25 PM|
Originally Posted by falconis View Post
|11-27-2008 05:21 PM|
|aj10203||im not really looking toward a specific brand, just want a good beginner board. ill check those out. thanks|
|11-27-2008 01:00 PM|
Originally Posted by idleline View Post
depends on what you search in your board
|11-27-2008 11:40 AM|
You should look at the Rome Crail, or if you're really looking to go with a Burton, the Bullet would be a good first board. Neither of these boards will break the bank.
However, if you don't have boots yet you should start looking at a getting a good pair. You can buy a low-end board for progressing your first year or two and buy a new one down the road. You'll want good boots from day 1.
|11-27-2008 11:02 AM|
Originally Posted by Jenzo View Post
so what are some models?
|11-27-2008 02:44 AM|
|Jenzo||Buy a forgiving board as a beginner, every company generally has a beginner model. Once you outgrow it (ability wise) treat yourself to the good shit.|
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