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New Guy Here Help with Rocker,Camber,Flat.

2nd Year hitting the slopes. Very Much a beginner still.
Last year i learned to ride with the Burton LTR's and I'm looking to purchase my own gear this year. however the problem is, i ride on different terrains on the east coast and i can't figure out whats type of board would be best for any terrain.
-Rocker?
-Camber?
-Flat?
-RCR?
-RFR?
-CRC?
-Thank You in Advance.

link to my research:
Snowboard Sizing & Buyer's Guide | evo
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-10-2013, 10:53 AM
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http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...g-between.html
this will help read pro's & con's
i ride RCR over here, all rocker sucks for the ice

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Thank you. Helped a lot.
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Where do you ride on the east coast?
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Another vote for RCR profile, IMO very forgiving with catching edges and great for a novice/intermediate rider.
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Another vote for RCR profile, IMO very forgiving with catching edges and great for a novice/intermediate rider.
I agree, RCR is a good choice for beginner. I would definitely go with RCR if I were you.
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Where do you ride on the east coast?
I'm wondering the same. And where do you ride? I'm in upstate NY as well, I'm an instructor at Gore.
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Learn on camber. Then thank me for helping you to develope proper riding technique.

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