Post subject: RE: Re: Would buying a board help me improve? Posted: Apr 04, 2012 - 12:15 PM
First post: Jan 21, 2011
Total posts: 318
Good advice from Philw. When I was thinking about getting a board after my first few weeks on holiday I asked my instructor for his advice given that he knew my level of ability and style of riding. He gave me some tips size and kind of boards that really helped me narrow down the search and I ended up with a board I love.
Post subject: RE: Re: Would buying a board help me improve? Posted: Apr 04, 2012 - 12:22 PM
First post: Oct 15, 2009
Total posts: 4633
Location: Luton, UK
hahaha Pocket, you are special.
If you are looking to do freestyle then I'd definitely recommend having your own board, especially if you go to snow centres in the UK.
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