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Hi, i was going to get a secound board for presses and butters. I was looking for a soft playful board in the park, aswell as having enough pop for jumps. And i came across these two. Which one would suit be better? I am an intermediate rider and i am 5"9 and weigh 159lb i am planning to get The 146 as i usually ride 154. 142 would be too small for me right? Your suggestion on these two boards would be appreciated!
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If you want to ever hit a jump with it then definitely the FV.

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If you want to ever hit a jump with it then definitely the FV.
Thanks! Going to pick it up today!
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amazingly enough, jumps have been landed on the v rocker version too

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amazingly enough, jumps have been landed on the v rocker version too
Poppycock I say!!!

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