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March 1, 2010 9:30 PM Subscribe
I have a 10 year old snowboard and am getting back into using it this season. It works fine, but I'm not 16 any more and I can afford something better. I know that skis have undergone a sea change since I stopped regularly skiing, is this also true for snowboards? Is it worth upgrading to a new board for a competent, but casual, snowboarder?
posted by Large Marge to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (6 answers total)
I did some googling and have read up on reverse camber boards, but I am not sure if that's worth upgrading for since I am more interested in free riding than actual tricks. My old boots still fit and my bindings work fine, and so does the board, but it was super cheap then and it's not super great at turns.
Also, if I were to get a new board, are there places worth looking at, or is the best deal waiting for me at the end of season sales?