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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 03:10 PM
FrankDaTank089
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What makes a board directional?

I recently found out that my 08 forum recon was supposedly directional and not twin tips or whatever you call it. I ride regular and spend about half my time riding switch, so I was kinda shocked to find this out (for some reason when I bought it I was under the impression that it was twin tip.)

I just got through measuring the bottom at widest part of the tail and the nose and it seemed to be exactly the same, so I am guessing that isn't it.

Also, would it effect nose or regular manuals. because I can actually do nose manuals fine, its just hard for me to do a regular, and usually if I want to get higher up with my board, I do a nollie instead of a ollie because of the same reason. any ideas on this? Does it have to do with my directional board?

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