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Old 09-25-2010, 09:58 PM   #6 (permalink)
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They're all mid-stiff higher level park boards. All but the QK and Jam are centered twins with at the very least zero camber. Also after Milo's post I went and double checked, I was confusing the Jam and FunKink. So switch that for me. Funkink, not Jam.

If you're really not worried about speed all that much I can give you some better recommendations as far as playfulness goes. K2 Parkstar, Fastplant, Nitro Swindle, SubZero (will limit your jumpability to below 40ft. and landing bolts anything above 25ft), Ride Kink, CAPiTA Indoor FK/Indoor, Burton Easy Livin Flying V (only if you're cool with Burton bindings, if so it is a fun board. I recommend Restricted Cartels or Malavitas). The Swindle, Kink, and SubZero will be the jibbiest. The Fastplant and Indoor will handle jumps the best and the Parkstar, Evo, Machete, Indoor FK, and EZ Livin will be the most all-around park boards. Not the best at any one thing but adept at all.

On the jibbier boards I would aim for TT30's, RK30's, Hurrithanes and Contact Pros. For the All arounders I would shoot for Force's, Force SL's, DS45's, Indy's and 390's. For the Jumpier boards I would try for Data's, Force SL's, 390 Boss, and Delta's.

All the binding and boards stated will handle the entire park and will be fun everywhere. Some will just handle some features better than others. You'll have fun on all of them
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