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Best snowboard for stable spinning 360?

Hi all

This winter, I am trying hard to successfully achieve 360 in snowpark. need to improve technically, but I recognized that choosing right board is also important to have the stable spin, jump and landing for 360. for example, rocker board does not provide the best balance right before jump
Would you please recommend me what is the best snowboard for this purpose?

I would like to know which model can help my try best. I am 183cm for height and 65 Kg for weight.
If you let me know the best length for this 360 try, it will be much appreciated too

Thank you very much for your advice in advance
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The best snowboard for 360's is the dual snowboard
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lol. Any board will work. This is like asking "What board is best for going down a hill?"
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i suggest this thread be locked (as well as it's shitty twin) and the op banned.

He posted this a couple days ago, then today, twice.

I doubt he will even answer to the thread, it is trollbait.

Maybe I'm wrong. I try to be sensitive to the obvious language issue, but seriously?

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Snowklinger. please do not reply. Your reply in previous thread is just insulting people for no mean, which is the reason I had to change the thread. or if you reply, try to provide the information which is helpful for this forum.

I am an park beginner. I would like to know what board the people believe is good for the park. As everyone mentions here, technique plays the majority of role when spinning, but I would like to know which board you feel confortable when making 360?

What about burton custom?
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your initial thread said what board is best for 360's while not mentioning that you were looking for a park board. there are a lot of threads on this board discussing "what are the best park boards." sounds like you need to learn how to do a 180 first prior to achieving a 360
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