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Originally Posted by ScottVD View Post
I got 30+ days on my Proto 157 last season: all mountain and lite park jumps etc, love it. Focusing on buttering, jibs, and rails this season. Is the Proto good enough for all that, or would I be better suited with a softer board? I was looking into the Niche Knew.

I'm 5'10" 170lbs unlaiden.

I'm about the same size as you on a '54 proto, and I'm gettin an Evo this week to make my jib board. The main thing I would say is that the Proto is an ADVANCED jib board as opposed to a beginner or entry level jibber. There is absolutely no reason you can't learn to jib on it and make it work for you, but I believe my assessment to be accurate.

You've already been riding it for 30 days? How easily can u flex and butter it?

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