Originally Posted by jdang307
If you ever point the board straight, the 152 Evo will start flapping on you. That's all Ill say about that.
If the terrain is not perfect, same thing. It's not a noodle but it's pretty soft.
It beats not being able to turn...
The fundamental issue with her going for a men's board is that that longitudinal and torsional flexes will not match - anything with the right longitudinal flex (possibly the Proto) will be way to stiff torsionally. The only thing even remotely close in terms of torsional flex is the Evo.