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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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Wow - this thread is still going. This is the stealth I have - It was the first version of the Stealth released in 1996. There were only 30 of these made according to the rep I bought it ...
by Fletch - 23 hours ago
He teamed up with New Jersey surfboard shaper Wayne Stoveken. He was credited for his modern snowboard and have it patented.
by Marra M - 4 days ago
Selling this limited edition Bob Marley Board. It is over 20 years old. Took it to a local shop who advised it's in excellent condition and a beautiful piece of art. Make me an offer. ...
by sarajohndel - 1 week ago
Competitors perform their tricks while going from one side to the other while in the air above the sides of the pipe.
by Marra M - 1 week ago
I was wondering about that as well :woohoo: It's Boardercross or Snowboard Cross, where the goal is which snowboarder would come first. This became part of the first Winter X Games of ...
by Marra M - 1 week ago
I've never had an injury on my private lessons as a freelance snowboard instructor. Seems impossible, but maybe zero falls for a first day lesson where every student linked turns.
by PerryRObray - 2 weeks ago

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