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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-01-2009, 12:37 AM
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Looking for a park board

Im looking for a board thats gonna be super playful, do well on the jibs as well as slay it on big kickers. Been looking at the rome agent but I'm not sure if its soft enough.

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The Rome Artifact is one of the softest boards out there(from what i've heard). With that said, i'm thinking it would be shakey on the bigger kickers. But i've heard great things about it's jib-ability. Btw, it's pretty hard to find a board that has the perfect flex for both jibs, and kickers.

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Sorry man I meant rome agent, slipped on that one. But yeah I think the arty would be way too soft for me. I know what you mean about finding a good board for both.
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the agent is a good board, but if your not planning on using it all over the mountain then there even better board out there.

i really like the artifact myself.. capita scair/starmaster is a great jib/jump board.
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capita stairmaster/scaremaster
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chk bataleon airobic and funkink.
post #8 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-01-2009, 11:37 AM
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airobic would be waay too soft, especially if the artifact is too soft. which it would be.
Check out the Stair/Scaremaster
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Ya, check out the stairmaster/scaremaster. It is flexible enough to jib but not like a noodle so you can still hit big kickers. That's what I've heard from reviews and I just ordered one
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Ya, the Airobic is wayy too soft, check out Bataleon's Evil twin. Maybe Fun.kink

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