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Snowboard features for terrain park vs. all mountain by PerryRObray
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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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This is where the rider utilizes different features both natural and man made like rails, boxes etc.
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Many many years late, but we have one, brand new!
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I'll take it. PayPal invoice if still available.
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