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What would be your one-board quiver?

Original thread from d2cycles:

"If you had to pick one board/binding combo as your quiver of one, which would it be and why?"

This was originally targetted at BA because of his experience riding/reviewing a huge amount of boards, but what does the overall forum membership have to say?
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Burton custom or custom x, cartel, or diode bindings.

A better question would be what's the best single quiver board for your riding style, pure park guys will have a very different answer than guys who ride powder mostly.
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Burton custom or custom x, cartel, or diode bindings.

A better question would be what's the best single quiver board for your riding style, pure park guys will have a very different answer than guys who ride powder mostly.
exactly i was thinkin salomander with rk30s
guess where i like to ride ahah
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Yes...this is the question I should have asked. Thanks GrayDragon!

I'm a bit torn...but if my house was burning and I could only grab one board:

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A better question would be what's the best single quiver board for your riding style, pure park guys will have a very different answer than guys who ride powder mostly.
Yah, I thought of this, but left it open for each responder.

If you only ride backcountry, or only ride park, answer accordingly, but state that you only ride certain terrain.

If you do a little of everything, it should make for an interesting answer!
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Was a bit reluctant to answer, cause the lady is not my optimal do it all board...

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I'm a bit torn...but if my house was burning and I could only grab one board:
... but after reading this ^^^ it was very obvious "aaaw... the heck with moguls... I need to save my best days in my life FUN board!"

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