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Texas 09-29-2008 02:07 PM

women's board
Hey guys,
I'm looking for a new all around board. I'm not looking to spend tons, just enough to get a fun board. Im about 5 feet tall and 110 lbs and about a medium skill level. Anyone happen to be savy about womens boards? Let me know your suggestions I would really appreciate it.
Also, how do yall feel about the single strap bindings?
Thanks yall!

BurtonAvenger 09-29-2008 08:54 PM

Single strap bindings? Do you mean Flow?

Anyways there's a ton of great deals right now on last years product. Whats a typical day on the resort like for you?

Texas 10-02-2008 10:00 AM

yea, flow bindings... What of them?
I love deep powder, I'm just getting into the park, but mostly I just like to relax and ride.

Karma 10-02-2008 11:16 AM

Arbor Push $430

Designed for women who surf mountains, with a structural bamboo top, directional shape, and lively flex that deliver energetic initiation, reliable control, and the ability to express a clean line in all conditions. Ideal for powder, natural hits, trees, steeps, groomers, and more - provides all the freedom youíll need to reach the limits of your big-mountain chi.

Arbor Eden $380

A versatile women specific park and mountain board for all access riding - designed with a structural blue Pearlwood top, progressive shape, and soft flex, which make this board perfect for lapping the park, popping fun boxes, jibbing naturals, exploring the trees, or simply freeriding the groomers - Independence and freedom in the face of preconceptions

aprnczz 10-02-2008 01:00 PM

Arbor sucks balls!

the wasteland 2009 arbor is UGLY!!!!

go with the 2008 Burton 147 LUX... I just happen to have one for sale.. :)

joeydzzle 10-02-2008 01:11 PM

K2's women's boards are specifically designed for women. When i say designed i mean everything about the board was contructed for women's specs from the wood to the shape to the flex.

BurtonAvenger 10-02-2008 06:44 PM


Originally Posted by aprnczz (Post 69064)
Arbor sucks balls!

the wasteland 2009 arbor is UGLY!!!!

go with the 2008 Burton 147 LUX... I just happen to have one for sale.. :)

You're a fucking tool.

Anyways flows in pow not such a good idea bit of a bitch to get the highback up when there's snow forced in them. Thats the biggest downside to them. Also in flows line up don't look at anything in the lower price ranges you want stuff thats at least like 180 and up.

I second the K2 line up the Alliance girls put a lot of work into those boards and they're solid.

thebutress 10-02-2008 07:00 PM

My wife took a quick run at the k2 cinch bindings (not flows but same concept) they really weren't as easy and as quick as she hoped they would be and they were slightly heavier as well. went to the rome madisons and loves them. i think this years madisons have a few upgrades from last as well. my wife went with the never summer infinity, but she has this nack for liking something that just so happens to be on the higher end of the cost scale. she got some recommendations for the K2 boards, and the atomic fallen angel, i think also.

sorry to see someone else sharing in our mountainless misery.

Texas 10-02-2008 07:19 PM

Any opinion about Palmer Jade?

BurtonAvenger 10-02-2008 09:04 PM

Palmer = pure crap. Avoid them at all costs.

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