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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-05-2009, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
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burton blunt?

i was just wondering why i have like practically never seen any of these on the mountain when they are so cheap. i have only seen some real nooobies rocking this board, and even so, i have only seen like two. Opinions?
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They're decent park boards that pretty much do everything but full retail on them are 350 where you can get better boards like the stairmaster. The board's stiffness/flex feels just right for me but I did feel like the 09 board was a bit wide. When I landed tail heavy, the board just absorbed the landing so well and didn't wash out (maybe because of its width) which was the reason I liked the board. It is definitely a beginner/intermediate board and no more. Also the base is extruded which means it will be a little slower than a sintered base but easier to repair. So if you can get an amazing deal on them, they should be good. I had one and just sold it. The only reason being is that the board I got felt a tad long and I got a horrorscope.
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