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    Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 6:56am
I been on a hiatus from hills for about 7 years- and now I can get my munckins up there and excited to get back into riding more regularly.

I am out of touch with the technology changes the last decade and have been researching all the rocker and hybrid combo style and reviews of more advanced all mountain boards. I am not getting a clear idea of which type of technology and benefits would best meet my riding style and help me advance my technical riding skills more. I want to focus more this next year on my turning initiations and techniques on steeps, mogals and powder riding.

I am an advanced semi-aggressive all mountain (forward rider- lots of carving on both groomed, ungroomed some powder). Aging myself- I need to upgrade from my 150 Rossi Professional (circa late 90's- 2000). Its been alright over the years, a little stiff but good control and stable through chunky conditions. Not into park riding, tricks or much jumps.

Looking for suggestions on a previous year model for more advanced woman riders. I am been reading reviews and wondered about suggestions. Curious about Rome boards or Never Summers and some of the other lines I am not as familiar with from my old school days... I am 5'4 about 135lbs and considering the 155-160 size range. I am looking for the stability for deep carving but also some flex for quick turn initiations and as I mentioned want to push my skills up another notch. Thanks for any suggestions.   
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  Quote julius77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 7:25am
It seems that, with your riding style and the terrain you want to ride, the best board profile would be original camber. I'd definitely try other profiles- I think you could have a great time on a hybrid camber board or a flatline (0 camber) board, but for carving, aggressive riding, and steeps; nothing really works the same way as camber. Rocker boards are harder to carve with and can end up skid-turning a bunch on steeps when icy. I'd also suggest staying away from boards around the 160 range. They could be harder to turn and may take you for a ride. Hope this helps and welcome back to snowboarding!
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  Quote vicente Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 7:25am
I wouldn't go over a 155 if you're only going to have one board you don't really need it, if you want a board that's great for carving don't go with a full reverse camber/rocker board, I'd recommend sticking with camber or trying a hybrid. take a look at the thrive prestige you will have to google thrive snowboards as right now they're only selling them from their web site, I've been riding the men's version and it's a great board well built well thought out and with the discount they've got going right now incredibly well priced. other then that the never summer lotus might be a good choice as well.
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  Quote belleayre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 1:27pm
Check out Lib Tech, especially if you're on the east coast. The T.Rice Pro is a stable board for charging down the mountain and also great for carving. Edge initiation is fast and easy. 
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  Quote milutinho Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 1:32pm
my wife rocks the Jones Twin Sister and loves it...its camrock...she is about your size and rides a 151 i think...her sister is on the the Never Summer Infinity and also loves it...those would be the two i would suggest since they have similar riding styles.
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  Quote zakk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 3:05pm
i bet you'd love a Never Summer Inifinity.  RC tech, great all mountain, forgiving as you get back into it.  
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  Quote Nerfherder Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 4:18pm
Originally posted by belleayre

Check out Lib Tech, especially if you're on the east coast. The T.Rice Pro is a stable board for charging down the mountain and also great for carving. Edge initiation is fast and easy. 

Trice is also wide-ish which makes it a pretty poor choice for a presumably smaller footed woman rider....
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  Quote belleayre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2013 at 4:35pm
Originally posted by Nerfherder

Originally posted by belleayre

Check out Lib Tech, especially if you're on the east coast. The T.Rice Pro is a stable board for charging down the mountain and also great for carving. Edge initiation is fast and easy. 

Trice is also wide-ish which makes it a pretty poor choice for a presumably smaller footed woman rider....

True, a narrow Lib Tech board would be more appropriate. But the C2BTX and Magnetraction are a pretty good combination for carving and speed. 
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  Quote shwazy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 7:39am
Look at Burton's line.  Burton boards were born from what you describe. I have ridden so many of their boards and even the so called "soft" flex boards still seem to rail.  You should be able to find one in their line that suits your needs perfectly.  Go for something on the stiff side from their line.
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  Quote milutinho Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 10:47am
In terms of Burton, they do traditional camber really well...the Flying V and the rocker shapes all are pretty miserable.
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  Quote julius77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 11:18am
Originally posted by milutinho

In terms of Burton, they do traditional camber really well...the Flying V and the rocker shapes all are pretty miserable.
I disagree with the second part.
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  Quote Muse25 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 12:21pm
Maybe I'm just biased, but I love my Feelgood V-rocker and my Gnu B-Pro. The Feelgood is a dream on pow and the Gnu B-pro goes through chunks and corn like nothing. If you live in the bay area I would suggest checking them out for rental at Sports Basement.
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  Quote milutinho Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 12:58pm
The last good v-rocker/flying v board that burton made was the 2010 Burton Custom...since then they have been catastrophic and i have demoed the custom in that shape every year and every year it disappoints...when i say catastrophic i mean in regular snow conditions or worse...obviously in pow the rocker on the tail and nose give it good float its fine but on a regular day, you're in trouble.
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  Quote snowboardmama Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 1:09pm
Thank for the suggestions. I checked most of them and other reviews and inordinately they give me some ideas. My first boards were GNU and Burton's passed off from my brother and his pals years ago. I was happy with them but didn't have the skills to notice differences then and I want to be open to other companies to.

I read a few reviews with T.Rice Pro that loved them but a few mentioned issues with surface de-laminating frequently. The B-pro, NS sounded like they appealed to me and I agree that the Burton Cambers appeal to me.

Anyone familiar with Thrive Boards? I haven't reviewed forums for reviews yet. I ran across their models and in the description is sounds appealing but couldn't find much for reviews on them yet.
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And you're 135 lbs riding a 155-160?  Dang.  I don't even own a board up to 160.
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  Quote 2zz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 6:13pm
With your size, a 152 is plenty of board for all types of terrains.
I'm 5'10 125lbs male rider and a 152 is as big as I'll like to go.
I've a 147 Signal Vita Rocker (yes, is a girl's board), I can ride through pow with it with ease.
Had a 156 before, was my first board. Rode it after I got my 148 and 152, and realized how sluggish the 156 was.
Since you're more into free riding, look into boards that are directional shape with directional flex and with a setback stance.
Also stick with traditional camber or at most flat camber if you want to improve on turning initiation and steeps. Much better at carving.
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  Quote snowboardmama Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 6:46pm
sounds like under 155 is unanimous. but even with the tech changes i just dont know i would like under 150 since i ride forward so much.I am on the old school 150 . I think the largest I rode a decade ago was a 156 demo on a big powder day. but then I guess I am an old lady now since i started about 2 decades ago on boards a little big for me!
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  Quote vicente Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 7:11pm
under 155 for sure, I really do recommend the thrive prestige it's a great board.
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  Quote snowboardmama Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 7:18pm
I couldn't find much on thrive yet. I thought their sites description sounds like its my style but didn't find many reviews except their site. but I haven't searched the forum for any reviews yet.
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  Quote 2zz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/03/2013 at 9:31pm
O I should of been more clear. I'm not suggesting a 147 to you, I'm just trying to give you an example that even with my size with that size of board is fine on powder with the right board. Given that a 150 - 152 traditional or flat camber will be just fine for powder with great stability and be able to maneuver. Probably a mid flexing board. A mid flex board at 150-152 will feel like a mid-stiff board to you most likely. Anything stiffer than that at that size will make the board feel overpowering if you're not fit for the sport.

There's a women's board buyers guide in this forum...well it'll be helpful to you if you read any of them.
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  Quote fostpaint Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/04/2013 at 3:41am
Originally posted by snowboardmama

I couldn't find much on thrive yet. I thought their sites description sounds like its my style but didn't find many reviews except their site. but I haven't searched the forum for any reviews yet.

You probably won't find much in the way of reviews outside their site. I believe Angrysnowboarder.com and Shayboarder.com have both reviewed Thrive products, but not the women's boards specifically. They are a 1st year startup this past season, but the team has been in the industry for years (most were employees of this site or it's previous incarnation, Sierra Snowboards, or were somehow affiliated with it. They were involved in rolling out the whole Sierra line of boards on this site.) You'll see a fair amount of recommendations from here to Thrive because of that. I can't speak to their women's line, but I've been on the Accomplice board a few times this season, and they know how to make a great board. 
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Originally posted by julius77

Originally posted by milutinho

In terms of Burton, they do traditional camber really well...the Flying V and the rocker shapes all are pretty miserable.
I disagree with the second part.
I also disagree.  Lipstick is very popular. I see them everywhere. Take a look
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  Quote Muse25 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/04/2013 at 8:48pm
*shamless plug* I think you would like the gnu b pro. It didn't win awards back to back for nothing. It has been Barrett Christy's baby for the past decade. Be careful with it though, it's really responsive and a little on the unforgiving side if paired up with responsive bindings. The board itself is already responsive.
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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/04/2013 at 8:51pm
I'll second the b-pro.  there are plenty of good choices, but that's a real good one for you, based on what you said.
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  Quote LaNieve Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/05/2013 at 1:56am
Personally I would recommend handmade brands like smokin, stepchild, neversummer, libtech etc. I find quality to be quite important and a number of these brands have great warranty policies with high confidence in their products.
If youre going to ride powder then rocker board may be a good idea, they give you better float than traditional camber. However you are keen on carving as well, which needs good edge hold on any type of snow conditions in which case the traditional camber is better for than rocker as it has more contact points.
BUT!  a rocker board with magne-traction? Rocker for better float AND more contact points for better edge hold to prevent sliding on steep slopes? Personally thats what I would go for, a rocker board with magne-traction around mid-or higher flex for stability while carving.
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  Quote namsapalooza Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/05/2013 at 5:20am
Yup I have the B-Pro and it's perfect for exactly the kind of riding you're talking about doing. I ride the same sorts of features and the B-Pro is excellent for that. At least for me it is. Btw I'm 5'6 and about 125ish and am riding a 146, so I'd also say don't go too big. It'd be great if you can demo it somewhere to see what length would be best for you!
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  Quote shwazy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/11/2013 at 5:48am
Originally posted by milutinho

The last good v-rocker/flying v board that burton made was the 2010 Burton Custom...since then they have been catastrophic and i have demoed the custom in that shape every year and every year it disappoints...when i say catastrophic i mean in regular snow conditions or worse...obviously in pow the rocker on the tail and nose give it good float its fine but on a regular day, you're in trouble.


Strongly disagree...riding boards is all preference.  My buddy owns the Hero and kills it everywhere on it.  I just bought the Joystick this year after being a strictly Camber rider.  The Joystick absolutely rails...it is crazy that it holds up at high speed for a rocker...plus you get all the rocker benefits. Absolutely love this board.
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  Quote fostpaint Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/11/2013 at 7:09am
I personally felt V-Rocker worked better on softer boards than on stiffer ones. I loved the Hero when I had it, but I rode a pretty damn short one for my size. For an all mountain charger, I don't think it works as well as camber or hybrids ( or even flat variants). Not to say that it can't do that (*cough*it'sallpreference*cough*) but I don't think that people who ride that way generally prefer that looseness. My preference is certainly for C-R-C Hybrids (NS, Gnu/Lib) for the best of both worlds, but I wouldn't say that's how everyone will lean. 
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  Quote shwazy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/12/2013 at 8:42am
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I personally felt V-Rocker worked better on softer boards than on stiffer ones. I loved the Hero when I had it, but I rode a pretty damn short one for my size. For an all mountain charger, I don't think it works as well as camber or hybrids ( or even flat variants). Not to say that it can't do that (*cough*it'sallpreference*cough*) but I don't think that people who ride that way generally prefer that looseness. My preference is certainly for C-R-C Hybrids (NS, Gnu/Lib) for the best of both worlds, but I wouldn't say that's how everyone will lean. 

I hear ya...all I am saying it IS preference and to say a line is crap is not really a fair statement.  The Joystick is their stiffest V-Rocker and I love it.  Someone else may not care for it.  A average rider would be lost trying to charge on the Hero but my buddy is advanced and loves how he can fully manipulate the board at high speed and certainly how the board feels in Pow.  Some people love only camber, some this particular hybrid, some rocker, and in my view if you ride enough boards you do not like any profile in particular per se but specific boards within a profile.  All profiles have merit in my view.
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  Quote milutinho Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/12/2013 at 10:40am
A lot of Burton fanboys/girls on here I see...I also like burton but mainly the AK line and the bindings. Cam-rock and fk are (wait for it) my preference but I like to stay away from burton boards unless they are camber...I am from the Midwest so a lot of the times riding around here mean ultra hard pack and ice and Burton's edges just dont do it for me.
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I totally enjoy riding my Never Summer which is like C-R-C, it holds edges quite well compared to my Burton v-rock, which washes out sometimes on ice.  My Capita carves pretty well as well and it's pretty close to a flat camber.
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