After a few recent posts I was thinking something like the below might be beneficial. Take a look ya'll and let the feedback start flowing! This would be placed AFTER the equipment FAQs, so assume the reader had just gone through all that material.
If you still have questions about, "What board* should I get?" follow the below steps BEFORE you post asking for advice.
(1) Browse through the various manufacturer's web sites. Look at the their decks. Based on your budget, and the type of riding you are are doing, select a few decks that are "contenders" for purchasing. Note: You can also do a very broad deck search on dogfunk.com (I am in no way affiliated with that web site).
(2) Search the internet, and this forum for reviews of your "contender" decks. This may answer your questions.
(3) If you STILL have questions at that point, THEN make a post asking them.
(4) DO NOT post something very general like, "I have been riding X years, weigh XYZ pounds, have size XY boots, and have a budget of $ABC, what board should I get?" While we are glad to help you, we are not here to DO your homework FOR you.
*The word "board" can also be interchanged with "boots" and "bindings."
The truth is out there.
You just need to use the "search" option.
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