Anyone recommend a great mid-wide snowboard all-mountain?


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I would suggest checking out some websites for better information but I have had a lot of success with Burton mid-width boards in recent years. This year there are 3 mid-wide boards manufactured by Burton. The triumph ($450), the Royale($400), and the Twin($450). The Twin is a freestyle board so it won't do you much good but The Triumph is a phenominal all-mtn board that is very durable and reasonably priced. Several years ago I rode the Nitro Shadow and enjoyed that as well. I don't know what Nitro has out this year but it's worth looking at the website. Hope this helps and have a great ride!

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I would look at the arbor snow boards. They are great boards. I have one and it rocks. Of course you can't go wrong with a burton board.

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I know someone said Arbor, and I wanted to agree with them. GREAT boards and very unique.

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