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Looking for a short,wide,soft, c/r/c

Hey all,

Size 13/14 boot here, I'm about 145lb. Just wondering if anyone knew of any boards that are on the softer side but still have the camber,rocker,camber shape and probably around a 153w. I really liked the skunk ape and riders choice just looking for something softer and smaller. However not sure if a board that I'm describing would work or is practical. Just looking for an all mountain board that's a little softer.

I found the flow verve though haven't found any reviews on it.

Any input would be much appreciated.
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Hey all,

Size 13/14 boot here, I'm about 145lb. Just wondering if anyone knew of any boards that are on the softer side but still have the camber,rocker,camber shape and probably around a 153w. I really liked the skunk ape and riders choice just looking for something softer and smaller. However not sure if a board that I'm describing would work or is practical. Just looking for an all mountain board that's a little softer.

I found the flow verve though haven't found any reviews on it.

Any input would be much appreciated.
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2014 Flow Verve Snowboard Used and Reviewed -
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Cheers mate. I think I'm looking for something with a more stable feel to it (if possible) Thinking along something like a ride kink but with the c/r/c profile.
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Never summer proto hdx or cobra x maybe. I would imagine there are gnu/lib boards that would fit what you are looking for(c2btx). Burton also has boards with that camber profile(flying v).
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