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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-12-2009, 08:10 PM
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Question on StepChild Jib Stick

so this is the first board i got and i was looking for an all mountain board. At least i think thats what its called im gonna be doing some park and some slopes. and i got the stepchild jib stick and when my friends looked at it they said that this board is basically only for like photo shoots and grinding and that i wont be able to carve down the mountain at all and ill just fall on my ass. i dont really believe them but just to make sure could someone confirm this?
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-12-2009, 08:51 PM
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the board is called a jib stick. that should tell you right away what its intentions are. its an uber sick board for the park and jibbing, all mt its a noodle.
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haha yeah. well im a noob when it comes to snowboarding shit. so im thinking about selling it and getting like a burton air cuz ive seen some good reviews from that. but what would everyone here suggest as a good all mountain board?
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This board is for rails.
you will probably fall on your ass.
post #5 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-13-2009, 02:08 AM
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what size is it lol? im pretty interested in getting one..but the air is a few seasons old but its nice. i have the same board in midwide and i like it alot
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ya that wont do well on all mountain but i have 2 all mountain boards and money i would do a trade or buy it from u if you want email me at ballerss23423@aim.com
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First off your friends sound like a bunch of idiots that want to make you feel bad. E-man Anderson rides that board, you can definitely ride it. It is a jib specific board but that doesn't mean you can't ride it on jumps, it just won't be very stable for sending it off big jumps. I don't think you want an all mountain board because they won't perform as well in the park. If I was you either keep the Jib Stick, or get a Capita Horroscope, or Ride DH. They are two park boards which will still allow you to ride the mountain.
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look at the dates, people

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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-01-2010, 07:53 PM
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nahh, i havea jib stick as long as you ccan actually ride it doesnt make a difference even with rett edges you can huck jumps wouldnt recomnd anything bigger then a 50 though. the only thing it changes is you jibbing makes it way more fun and flowy
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