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its a signal. not sure what model
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thats an 05-06 signal. They only made one model that year so it has no name. Not sure on the size maybe a 159 they made wide models as well. Its similar to the OG model they make now. Its a mid-stiff all mountain freestyle. I've been on mine for three years and its held up and performed great. Tri-ax glass sintered base, made in the usa good stick.

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Interesting since I keep hearing about how the OG is full of soft flexness.

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Interesting since I keep hearing about how the OG is full of soft flexness.
i've hand flexed the new og's at stores and they are softer but not a noodle. This board is on the stiffer side of all mountain freestyle boards. Im 170 and ride the 157.

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Signal boards are just overly soft to begin with they cater more to a park oriented market. Look at it like an all mountain freestyle flex with more emphasis on being freestyle.


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