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Best Buttering Board?

Hey, just asking for opinions on which board would be best for butters, presses, and ground tricks/fun in general.

Bataleon aerobic
Rome Artifact 1985
K2 www rocker

others?, but which would you choose?
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Hmmm, either the Airobic or something not on your list, the Wigglestick

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Lib Tech Dough Boy! Is this a serious question any board can be buttered it's the rider not the stick.


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just asking for opinions.
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Lib Tech Dough Boy! Is this a serious question any board can be buttered it's the rider not the stick.
To a certain extent: sure, but wouldn't a board built for it not help?.

The artifact 85 and the www-r would be my two choices on that list for jibbing/buttering oriented rides. I would also think the technine enforcer would fall into that category.
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No company just says "hey lets make a board for buttering". Also as mentioned it's the rider not the deck, I personally hate buttering on soft rockered decks like the WWW. Also T9 enforcer while being jib oriented is not as soft as people think it is.


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