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Snowboard features for terrain park vs. all mountain by PerryRObray
There are quite a few variables here. Rider skill level, rider priorities, what kind of snow conditions, board construction, etc.... I'm guessing stiffer tails ollie better. Neutral flexing boards are switch accommodating. Soft flexing decks ...
What should one look for when buying a snowboard? by PerryRObray
Things to look for when buying a snowboard Most important features: What most people want to keep in mind is body weight, footbed length, current ability, hopeful future progression, terrain, snow conditions at area/s, etc.... A great tech/ sales ...

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These are usually used on terrain parks or when taking a lively ride on the mountain
by Marra M - 2 days ago
These look to be great photos. Makes analyzing much easier. #1. I hate those toe straps when hard carving on packed powder. When that packed down groomed powder is aggressively carved on, ...
by PerryRObray - 6 days ago
Lucia, Have to have a free membership here to send a free private message to another member.
by PerryRObray - 1 week ago
I understand I really like the board. I would have to be really convinced to sell. Thx Mike
by Mike - 2 weeks ago
Chloet3319, Did you sell your snowboard?
by PerryRObray - 2 weeks ago
sk8erj3ff from eBay? ya? This is guy selling 158 cobra. Ebay flagged us for potential selling outside of eBay. Do you have an email we can communicate on?
by Guest - 3 weeks ago
This is where the rider utilizes different features both natural and man made like rails, boxes etc.
by Marra M - 1 month ago

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