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i was thinking about purchasing a board called oxygen, but i am not sure if that is a name brand board. may someone please verify this
 
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I believe they're part of Atomic and they've been around about ten years or so.
 

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I beleive they are better known for their alpine carving boards that you use hard boots and plate bindings with. Other than that I haven't seen or heard much about them.
 
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so are the boards they have worth getting? i was going to get a snowboard package for cheap with everything
 
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i only purchased their boots and they seem really great..

may i ask what the flaw in them are
 

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They're more so an entry level company now. If you only get out a couple times a season, they're "good" for that. But if you go out alot, there are better places to put your money, IMO.
 
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Yeah, I used to own an Oxygen board. I knew then that it was a pretty basic board. It lasted me two seasons surprisingly with moderate use (once a week). If you are looking at Oxygen I would compare them with the Lamars of the market. They aren't that great but they WORK...at least for a while. Hope this helps! :)
 

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There was a time when Oxygen was the shit, much like Lamar, Sims, Avalanche, Liquid etc. If I remember correctly they were bought out by another comapany and it was all downhill from there. I haven't heard or seen much of them in about 4-5yrs though.
 
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These boards are prety much shit from what I have heard.
 
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