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post #2 of (permalink) Old 02-12-2014, 02:33 PM
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i demoed it at the burton festival at stratton. I loved it i have a 157 burton parkitect and i rode a 146 nug. It was so light and manuvarable. i took it off some medium jumps, hit some rails, and high speeds on some groomers. I would say it is a great board to take anywhere/ do anything. It isnt as good for big jumps for obvious reasons but it is a good all around board. It would be perfect for traveling on an airplane due to the fact that it is small, light, and compact.
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