Always remember—your child gets to choose your retirement home someday.
Putting your kid on a department-store snowboard is kind of like sending him to school with a silica-gel sandwich in his lunchbox. For loving, nurturing parents, the GNU Danny Kass Mini BTX Snowboard is a much better option. The Banana Tech rocker shape delivers a floaty, catch-free ride so Junior can progress faster than ever from pow to park, and Magne-Traction edges add five contact points to optimize edge grip and keep him in control.
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I stumbled upon this board and it says...
I stumbled upon this board and it says that this board has a 145cm option,
I'm wondering if I could actually ride it. I weigh about 120 lbs(a little less), and am about 5'3.
I'm about the same as you, and i'd go for the 145 so yeah you would be able to ride it
tiny women should buy boys' boards!
i used to be a graphic designer... and i have this weird feeling that all the graphic designers at snowboarding companies fight to get control of creating the boy snowboard line. it just looks like the most fun to design. things are less serious, quality is still relatively high, and you can go all out. wow!
i hav road the 2009 danny kass mini and i...
i hav road the 2009 danny kass mini and i really liked every thing about it. is the 2010 any thing like the 2009 board??? same flex.??
Its basically the same board accept for the graphics and some tiny differences that don't even matter. And it feels the same too.
is this board to soft for kickers? because...
is this board to soft for kickers? because i love to spin off of big kickers and im still wondering if this board is to soft for them so is this board good for kickers to? or just rails
Depends on how big you are, but this board is made for light weight riders and is kind of soft. If you've out grown the 125cm size, the Danny Kass men's board comes with C2 and will handle the big jumps better than you can imagine.