Post subject: RE: Re: RE: What jib type board? Posted: May 17, 2012 - 02:47 PM
First post: Sep 06, 2011
Total posts: 365
ha ha! Was promising myself a treat when the sales kick in, but then I've been away/busy over the last month or so and now it looks like i've missed the boat!
Post subject:Posted: May 17, 2012 - 03:19 PM
First post: Apr 22, 2009
Total posts: 1010
Location: Bolton / Edinburgh
I bought a Ride 'Crush' last week just for playing about indoors and to knock a few cm's off my usual stick.
Just under £160 with scuk discount from SS20. At that price I thought I'd give it a bash. I ride every week in CFe but Avalanche/zorbing was out yesterday so I've only had a couple of hrs on it so far, but do really like it.
I wanted a zero camber cause I've never really got on with reverse, when I'm lining up for a rail/box they tend to spit me out one side or another, could be my ropey technique to be fair. Although it is 'low-rise' it does feel really solid and I was trying boxes after just a few practice runs with it.
Cheapest snowboard I've ever bought, by some distance, so definitely a good time to bag a bargain if you can find something decent left.
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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: What jib type board? Posted: Jun 03, 2012 - 09:16 PM
First post: May 28, 2012
Total posts: 18
i have a rome sds garage rocker for sale if ur interested???bought at xmas and its a 154cm in red
Post subject: RE: Re: RE: What jib type board? Posted: Jul 04, 2012 - 11:30 AM
First post: Oct 13, 2004
Total posts: 191
If anyone is looking for a 2013 jib board, you should check out the new Rome Hammerhead. It has a radically new shape. We have posted a couple of video reviews for it on our you tube channel and the boards (with video reviews) will be live on our website any day now.
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