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I have bought three new boards for this season, the buysnow.com sale was just too good to pass up, and they are the first boards that I have owned since my very first. I want to post a couple reviews for the boards that I have, but I'm not really sure what I should be looking for. What should I be paying attention to while riding around? What information should be included in a review?

In total I have four boards that I will be reviewing. A 04/05 159cm Ride Theory (not that anyone will care because I doubt you can buy one anymore), a 12/13 157cm Lib Tech T. Rice Pro, a 12/13 154cm K2 WWW, and a 12/13 155cm Flow Era.

On another note, is it possible to make it so that the entire title for a thread is viewable while browsing through the forums. Half the time I have no idea what a thread is about because I can only see a part of the subject line, and I'm too lazy to click on it.
 

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Here's what I usually put in a review:

- conditions
- where you tried it
- your experience level
- what your specs are, and how you setup the board
- take it through various terrain and comment on each (ice, packed powder, powder, park, trees, chutes, etc. whatever is available)

Try to be as objective as possible. Sometimes with a great board it's hard not to gush over it, but no board is perfect, they all have compromises somewhere.

Hope that helps...
 

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And whether or not you got the board free from the manufacturer.

hktrdr is gone, but his effect still lingers...
 
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