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Originally Posted by boarderinblack View Post
Thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge. I would like to ask your opinion about RCR’s performance compared to CRCs in terms of ground tricks(especially tail press, tail press backside, nollie frontside, frontside nosepress, tick tack, butter)…
Happy to help with some generalities. Presses, butters, etc. become amazingly easy and catch free when you lift the contact points (wide points)a bit. For that RCR has the edge biut sacrifices a bit of power and immediacy. CRC redirects the central rocker back down to the snow at the wide points with the addition of the extra cambers. Park/Freestyle boards with that design tend to be a little more powerful and dynamic feeling but sacrifice a little looseness. These are generalities but they hold true in most instances.
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