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ok so i have been snowboarding 5 times i can ride and hit jumps, ive been renting all that 5 times and now my friend had gave this world industries board it looks like its somethin sold at walmart the guy who gave it to me said it was a good board but i dont beleive him plz help me i dont want to rent but dont want to ride a crappy board
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Whatever you're renting is probably crappy. That board is also crappy, but free. Now save some money, ride some more, and then come back here when you've got a better idea of the type of riding you want to progress towards and we can help push you in the right direction for what board to buy. Also - Boots. Buy boots before anything else.
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well i want to do trick, more jumping and maybe some downhill big slopes here and there
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well i want to do trick, more jumping and maybe some downhill big slopes here and there
Next time you go to the hill to snowboard, find a shop, or the shop at your hill that has a selection of demo boards. Most of the time they will have a collection of 16/17 boards available to ride instead of standard rentals. Once you figure out what you like, buy it. The World Ind. board is about as good as a rental btw. Good luck.

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