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ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby Toby » Fri Nov 09, 2012 9:09 pm

ABoards News:

Get ready for snow season!


Winter is coming and snow will be here soon. ABoards are ready to be your fun assistant in snow season as well!

ABoards winter boards will be great source of fun either with or without kite. To delight you even more time proven excellent features of both models REVERSE & ESCAPE have been complemented with bright and cheerful designs for good mood in any weather conditions.
Take a look on ABoards snowboards and choose your toy for winter!

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For more detailed descriptions check: www.aboards.eu

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby camopot » Mon Nov 12, 2012 2:57 pm

Already more than a year i'm happy owner of REVERSE snowboard. Love this board! And love this snowkiting movie with my favourite snowboard on lead role. :)

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby Zimo » Fri Nov 16, 2012 2:11 pm

I'm thinking about ESCAPE snowboard already from last winter when borrowed it from my friend. Unfortunately needed to be patient because my hobby money already was spent on my new kiteboard. But this winter ESCAPE will be my toy number one, already ordered and sweet board should be in my arms in a few days.

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby Zimo » Thu Nov 22, 2012 4:20 pm

Yea! Board is here! Take a look - isn't it a cutie?! And what a nice harmony with those sky blue bindings. :)
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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby vrossi46 » Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:47 pm

I just purchased my 2013 Reverse 157 one from glorykite.com. Can't wait to ride on it, here in Canada Snowkite season look already perfect.

Also high recommended if you snowkite , take you back of the bindings off, better feeling , similar to kiteboarding

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby Kober1974 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:52 am

Where is my snow ???? and where is my Aboard snowboard ..... ?????

Zimo ... looks good with blue bindings ....

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby dex » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:35 pm

vrossi46 wrote:I just purchased my 2013 Reverse 157 one from glorykite.com. Can't wait to ride on it, here in Canada Snowkite season look already perfect.

Also high recommended if you snowkite , take you back of the bindings off, better feeling , similar to kiteboarding


can you please give a feedback? have put my eye on this board but haven't made final decision yet. wouldn't hurt to hear one more opinion.

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby Billy B. » Thu Nov 29, 2012 6:25 pm

There are alot of snowkite boards that are much easier to ride then these A-boards...These boards are a awesome choice if you want a board to snowkite and resort snowboard on chairlifts and groomed trailswith...

If you want a board for just snowkiting that will give you a awesome ride with amazing control and less fatique there are some better products... I like the 3b line for only snowkiting.. There boards rip in freash snow for snowboarding also, But do not work on groomers for resort riding..

http://www.3bsnowboards.com/Welcome.html

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby zob » Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:40 am

What happened to Twisted? Their page is down!
Or did they changed the name?

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Re: ABoards: Get ready for snow season

Postby nikeron » Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:51 pm

I like Aboards snow+kite boards particularly because I can use them in a both ways. We all want to save our money and space as well. :) Indeed such boards as 3b are dedicated just for snowkiting. It can be seen just by a look their shape is entirely different comparing with normal snowboard. Such boards are good in a deep powdered snow but they are loosing their advantages on hard terrain when snow is not 1st freshness anymore and are completely useless without kite. Last winter i tried Nobile snowkite board with large radius on groomer and it was nothing but torture. In my opinion Aboards have optimal radius to make board work in both ways.


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