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August 19, 2005 at 1:38 pm #13486

tattoo bunny
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Hi im looking for a new freestyle board any one got any preference to these
Nitro nyx
Rome detail
Ride Kashmir
Palmer liberty carbon
Gnu carbon highbeam
ivy era
im 5.2 and 8 an a half stone and ride dry slope most of the time I have a Luna 146 but just realised that I cant widen my stance any more or ill be set way too far back.
try before you bie isn’t really an option .
Please help………… :? :? :?

August 19, 2005 at 1:41 pm #44191

Lorene Voskinarian
Key Master

Are you more of a rail rider or a jumper?

August 19, 2005 at 4:42 pm #44192

tattoo bunny
Member

Jumper me thinks at the mo we only got one old rusty rail that never come’s out. :D

August 19, 2005 at 5:02 pm #44193

Lorene Voskinarian
Key Master

Ok..Then I would look at a Rome Vinyl instead of a Detail. The detail is a super soft rail board. The Vinyl is more of an all around park board.

comments on other boards coming soon..

August 20, 2005 at 4:57 pm #44194

tattoo bunny
Member

Thanks. it’s a shame that was top of my list, but i want to get the right one this time. thanks again for your help, im waiting with bated breath about the rest. :D

August 20, 2005 at 6:08 pm #44195

capnkate
Member

yeah, i agree… the vinyl looks super nice this year.

August 24, 2005 at 9:04 am #44196

Punkchick
Member

I am also on the look out for a new freestyle board. After I trashed my first board I got a 153 Gnu Danny Kass, and although I love it (it’s my baby), I too ride dryslope a lot and to tell the truth it is far too big for me, much more suited to snow. I am 5ft 8ins and 8 stone, so can anyone recommend anything? I have been told to go for around a 148 but I don’t know what board would suit best. Anyone had a top board they can recommend??????? :D

August 24, 2005 at 9:08 am #44197

BT
Member

I love my Bella as a jib board… although that’s not technically what its for and its not twin tip…

The Shaun White is meant to be pretty good, and I love the rabbit. But a little expensive for a dryslope board. Square always raves about her Chorus board, might be worth having a look at.

I would reccommend the Option range though as the bases are really durable.

August 24, 2005 at 10:27 am #44198

snow chick
Member

This years Shawn White has a yetti on it with very big sharp teeth. It probably ate the bunny from last year.

August 24, 2005 at 2:51 pm #44199

tattoo bunny
Member

Thanks guys, iv looked at the Shaun white and the kids too small the adult too big. :cry:
Iv had another good look and iv narrowed it down to these
NITRO BLACK WIDOW
SALOMON IVY ERA
RIDE VISTA
GNU BC PRO.
They are all shouting out to me… take me take me. :?
Im going to CAS tomorrow so I may find one there???? :shock:

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