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gan 03-09-2014 01:34 PM

Slash happy place vs lobster park board
 
What do u think about these 2 boards? looking for a buttery board that is decent in all mountain. both graphics are pretty sick. Maybe the happy place is better in all mountain..it should be a little stiffier than the lobster. Any opinions about this 2 boards?

gan 03-14-2014 07:44 AM

the park board is avaiable on wide as well, the happy place only in regular size.
I got an 11,5 boots do u think i need a wide board?

cav0011 03-14-2014 08:30 AM

I have the parkbaord and I really like it, Im not sure I would consider it an all mountain board. It can do it and is definately buttery, however there is no dampness to the board at all and you will feel the terrain. The parkbaord is really soft, I would call it a noodle but the jibbaord is somehow even softer.

never ridden a happy place.

gan 03-14-2014 08:45 AM

ty sir. well im pretty oriented on the parkboard atm, i think the156w is better with a 11.5 boots. (maybe the 154 would work as well with wide stance and angles, i should figure this out) besides i dont care about going that fast. The playfulness of this soft board must be funny, and i definetly want to try a tbt camber!

gan 03-14-2014 08:51 AM

i hope i'll find a 2014 parkboard next season, i dont like the 2015 graphic as much..

gan 03-14-2014 09:13 AM

what boot size do u have? and what size is ur parkboard? tell me if ur boots are hanging out of the board or inside and how much cms approximatley! i rly dont know if i should go for a wide or not


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