I would also say ET. If your not jibbing, the airobic's massive flex is going to be very limiting. On the other hand, the riot is relatively stiff - it's super stable and great for booters, but not the easiest to ollie and butter. ET is the best of both worlds.
Alright, luckily there is one Evil twin 157 cm left. I have last years forum kicker slr boots. Last year I tried burton fix and i loved it, but hated the k2 WWW. Maybe is should get a rocker board tho? So my last question would be : What would you guys rather get? Flow Verve 158 cm (-4mm camber) or Bataleon evil twin 157 cm ? The price is pretty much the same around here.
I bought a jones mountain twin. Didn't realize that it was a directional twin. That being said will it cause an issue if i ride it with the bindings forward so that it's more of a true twin? Or is that going to need with something?
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I tried out the Whistler Demo Center today. Technically it's called "Whistler Alpine Rentals", but for $20 to test out as many boards as you can make time for, it barely qualifies as rental. And if you decide to buy a board, take the receipt to Showcase in the village and you get credit for that...
I want to buy a new board, because I ride old and heavy Burton.
I have 5 rides, but I will go for 7 days in Alps.
I choose between Burton Ripcord, Burton Instigator and GNU Money.
Which one is the best between them and why?
Which size is for me? I'm 170 cm (66.9291 inch) and 67-69 kg...
I'm tempted to buy a cheap discounted Capix Girls Frost Jr. 110cm snowboard for my 6 year old daughter. I can't find anything about this brand, they don't even have a website.
I'm guessing you get what you pay for.
Anyone know anything about this brand?