owning one board vs. multiple boards
Just curious about what most on here have in their quiver.
I was brought up owning one piece of equipment, be it a set of skis, snowboard, etc. I just never really thought about owning multiple boards - to me it seems a tad extravagant. Nothing it against it personally, I've just never had the cash to purchase multiple boards.
I suppose buying a new board every year/every other year could work, but I feel that constantly recycling out your old boards would be a bit of a waste?
I'm a northeast rider, which means REALLY soft stuff is hard to come by. I do like to ride all over the mountain, bouncing off of everything from rocks to small children. Park riding definitely. So, from this I've found that I've always bought boards that are considered all mountain, or some kind of freeride/freestyle hybrid. I've been reading though that these are good but will not allow a heavy amount of progression on either end be it freestyle or freeriding.
I am def trying to progress in the park but I get a tad ADD during the day and sometimes need to let loose and bomb all over the mountain, which is why I've always leaned towards all-mountain boards.
Just my thoughts. Feel free to share yours.