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Old 03-06-2008, 11:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default K2 Anagram Good Beginner Freestyle Board?

I've only been a member of the forum for a month, but I have learned a lot about boarding and the gear that I bought 8 years ago but know nothing about. My board is directional and the bindings are set back a bit. This makes riding switch a pain in the butt. My gear is also heavy as hell. Looking into getting a freestyle board and BackCountry has the K2 Anagram for $174. Is this a decent board for a freestyle beginner? I teeter between 190lbs and 195lbs, should I get the 158 or the 161?

I wish I had thought of this a week ago when a local ski shop had every 50%-70% off. I could have gotten a pretty sweet board for around $200.
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Old 03-06-2008, 01:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I also found these for pretty decent prices:
Capita Outdoor Living 160
Rossignol Split Twin
Morrow Radium
M3 Discord
Ride Agenda
Technine Street Series
Sapient Evolution
Rome Crail
Ride Agenda
Forum Recon
Rossignol RPM
Burton King
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