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Burton Nug vs Harvest 2012/2013

Looking for real world comparison of the Nug and Harvest. Obviously both built with the same raduction concept, one being rocker (Nug)and the other full camber with softer flex and smaller waist (Harvest). As far as playfulness and jumps go how do these two boards compare (all mountain riding, not intended for dedicated park board)?
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Looking for real world comparison of the Nug and Harvest. Obviously both built with the same raduction concept, one being rocker (Nug)and the other full camber with softer flex and smaller waist (Harvest). As far as playfulness and jumps go how do these two boards compare (all mountain riding, not intended for dedicated park board)?
I have both. The harvest is much more fun when things get a little hard pack. Both boards suck when it is chundery or bumpy.

The nug is far more forgiving, but less poppy, and not quite as stable. Very fun though once you get used to it.

The harvest really sticks landings and carves hard. It is very poppy. Depends on what you want to do with the boards really. Completely different animals.

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I have both. The harvest is much more fun when things get a little hard pack. Both boards suck when it is chundery or bumpy.

The nug is far more forgiving, but less poppy, and not quite as stable. Very fun though once you get used to it.

The harvest really sticks landings and carves hard. It is very poppy. Depends on what you want to do with the boards really. Completely different animals.
Exactly what I was looking for thx. More into jumps than buttering and presses. Maybe I'll just get both
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No need to get both. The Root is your answer!
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