Eric A. wrote:I do agree with the advantages that Mike has stated.
I'm sure it is a killer ride.
It would be nice to see the differences side by side.
BUT Damn dude....$479 on sale on ebay ....is EXPENSIVE bro.
I'm a broke dutch drummer....I'm looking for value.
FSP wrote:ive been at this for years and cant say my standard snowboard has ever made me think i need something more specific. i can do every trick i do on the water just the same. still using the same board after 8 years and just clean the bottom with fantastic per some reccomendation along the way.
width is fine for me and dont catch, though maybe close to the edge...but that just means more leverage for going hard into toeside.
cant say i ever am concerned about speed when many times i am actually defying the pull of the kite which can actually suck by not allowing proper load for sending tricks. getting good conditions is the most difficult part to making snowkiting work. you can have too much efficiency or too little so get out and get in touch with that before worrying about the perfect board IMO.
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