Rome Garage Rocker $155 EVO.com -$10 code welcome can do park all mountain.
looks promising, but I have a friend who snapped this board, is it because of the cheap wood? thanks for the reply!
The whatever does fit between the ET and GW, however the TBT profile on it is different. It is slightly more tbt then the ET. It is softer though but not as noodley as the GW.
What difference will more tbt make, as its going away from park tbt to freestyle tbt isn't it? thanks for the reply!
I think the raygun would be perfect for you on that list, but more like 158-160.
I weigh 20lbs less than you and squash a 156. This is all preference, but thats my 2c.
do you ride the raygun? how is its flex for buttering etc? I'd get the 158 as I still want to hit park up, thanks for the reply!
What kind of ridding do you like to do? Are you hitting the park at all? I'm asking because most of what you are considering are true twins so do you ride switch a lot?
If you do then I'm going to suggest a Rook 158, awesome board.
If no switch or park riding and you want a great versatile all mountain board I suggest a couple different boards. The Yes Basic 158 is a solid under rated deck that everyone seems to forget about and the Rossignol One Magtek 159 is also a great board.
I do mostly park here in the UK (well try to! Lol) and when abroad, I hit off piste and park and just have fun around the mountain (finding natural hits etc). I want the ability to learn switch properly for 180's etc, which is why i'm looking for twin.
Have you tried the Rook? A lot of people are saying its quite stiff. thanks for the reply!
I have a superhero and I love it
Whats the flex like? I was suggested it in the board shop
thanks for the reply!