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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-26-2010, 12:31 AM
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hey guys, i'm looking to buy a new board and want to know what you guys would think is the best buy for my money. i'm an expert rider thats 6'3" 215 lbs. so i'm looking for a board thats about 160 cm and it's probably gonna have to be wide. i live in jackson so it's gotta be able to handle powder but i also want a board that will stay stable at high speeds on big groomers and also be able to hit the park a little........so pretty much an all mountain board. if anyone's got the same body build as me tell me what kind of board you've got and what you think of it.
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hey guys, i'm looking to buy a new board and want to know what you guys would think is the best buy for my money. i'm an expert rider thats 6'3" 215 lbs. so i'm looking for a board thats about 160 cm and it's probably gonna have to be wide. i live in jackson so it's gotta be able to handle powder but i also want a board that will stay stable at high speeds on big groomers and also be able to hit the park a little........so pretty much an all mountain board. if anyone's got the same body build as me tell me what kind of board you've got and what you think of it.
Expert rider? Begging your pardon, but if you've ridden enough to be an expert then I'd think that you have a good idea of what kind of board is best suited for you...?

You should give a price range.
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yes i'm an expert rider, i've never had the money to buy a good board so i've never gotten my hopes up and really looked into them. i've always bought cheap boards and made them last as long as i could. i have a little money now and think i can afford something. and yes, i do have some pretty good ideas on what i want i just think there might be some hidden gems out there i might know about.

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