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post #31 of 162 (permalink) Old 08-26-2007, 08:25 AM
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i dont know best board company but my favorite is forum
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Is that up to date? Or did Rome pass Elan this year with the Design? If im remember right last years libtech website quoted the cygnus the lightest in the world. this year it only quotes it as a lightweight board.

I got an email announcing about Rome's new website a while back. It had a bunch of info on new stuff in the email. It talked about the Design being the world's lightest snowboard.


(i deleted the email accidentaly so i may have misread what they said.)
So if someone can varify that, that would be great.

*on topic. my favorite is Rome
It's possible that they did. I know Elan had it last year. I haven't kept that up to date. El or Shay probably know who is currently the lightest.
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I never knew the Cygnus was even on the list as one of the lightest. Always thought Elan had the lightest for last year. Does anyone know know whos is the lightest for this year? Still wish I had $ 1200 to crack out on a Cygnus, That's a really sick board...
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Elan Inverse is the lightest and probably the only board I ever thought I was going to break when I buttered it.
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You know the routine, if you want light, you've gotta sacrifice strength, unless you want to spend over $600, then you get both
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my bad. instead of the cygnus. i meant the inverse
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my bad. instead of the cygnus. i meant the inverse
I'll take either one......
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Burton put spinners on their boards which did absolutely nothing but look neat.






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The best board for what ??

For ME, I like Never Summer.
Quality construction, 3 year warranty & they're made locally.
Win, Win, Win IMHO.
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Dogpile !!

EverBorN : Get the sand out of your vagina.

I respect Burton for their business related success.
But why pay Burton's inflated prices, when other companies make products that are just as good if not better & a better value.

Sure Burton's name is EVERYWHERE, they have the capital to spend on massive amounts of advertising.
I among others consider those magazine 'reviews' to be cleverly disguised advertising campaigns nothing more.
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