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Rossyhead posted Dec-2010

i have a friend who has just said she wants to buy a new board for learning (she can ski)
what does anyone know about this board as I have no knowledeg of mens boards never mind womens?!!

Nitro Mystique 09/10 board with Nitro Raiden Deco 10-11 bindings

from conrad sport the package is 290euros so a pretty good price i think?

i cant find any reviews really so any info would be good

ta
www  Baggy pants, wide stance. Mad steeze, cork 3s

Trencher
reply to 'womens snowboard'
posted Dec-2010

Women's snowboards are only different from men's in two ways. They generally have a softer flex, and they take advantage of smaller feet by being narrower. If she is a good skier, and will progress fast, I would look at boards designed for where her interest lies; free style,free ride, powder, etc (yeah, I know all snowboards look the same to skiers). If she has smaller feet, go narrower.
because I'm so inclined .....

Rossyhead
reply to 'womens snowboard'
posted Dec-2010

she went to ellis brigham and decided to get the lot from there-board, boots, bindings, helmet the works and is very happy-were going to kelvingrove park tomorrow to try it out!!
www  Baggy pants, wide stance. Mad steeze, cork 3s

Topic last updated on 04-December-2010 at 15:59

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