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Dominate the terrain park and then take on the rest of the mountain with the Forum Destroyer Snowboard.

The Forum Destroyer Snowboard isn't one of those noodle-soft rides that can take on a rail and nothing else. This responsive board rips any freestyle terrain on the mountain. Tip-to-tail wood with a 45-degree grain underfoot gives this ride extra edge control in icy parks. The sintered 7200 base provides all the speed you need when you're straight-lining a 40-foot table top, and the twin shape lets you land that beast switch without any problems. The Destroyer Snowboard's medium flex lets you nose-press the rails while still retaining plenty of pop for the kickers.

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what was the orginal retail price of the...

what was the orginal retail price of the 2007 board. Do you think a 13yr old can handle a 152cm ( 5' 1"" 97lbs.)

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If the decision is between this board/size and no board, then get this board. It will be a little big for the kid, but he/she will grow into it and love it. If I had a choice I would get a smaller board, but this would work. Big at first then 13yr old will grow into it nicely.

Write your question here...What was the...

Write your question here...What was the orginal retail price on this board anybody know?

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I'm pretty sure it was $420, but it could have been $400, it has been a while since i looked at the price of 2007 product. $400 seems correct.