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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-29-2009, 06:01 PM
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Exclamation What board should I get?

I am trying to decide on a new deck to get this season. I have a '06 Capita BSOD and I love it, but I want to get a twin tip park deck for the days I feel like doing nothing but playing in the park. I am getting older and cant afford to hurt myself like I could when I was a kid, so I am not planning on doing anything crazy like 50 foot gaps and endless rails. But I do want a solid deck that will let me butter my face off, press, and hit small to mid size kickers with ease. I have narrowed it down to '09 Forum Youngblood, '09 K2 WWW, '09 Capita Scaremaster, '09 Capita Stairmaster. Which of these do yall think is the best. I have found them all for around $200 so if you know of a different deck that is better than these let me know. Also, what are some good '09 park bindings? thanks
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-29-2009, 11:20 PM
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why not stick with capita? as far as binding go, union forces or burton triads are nice easy riding medium flex bindings.
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I would look at the Never Summer Evo-R or Circuit-R. Capita I would get an Ultrafear FK or Horrorscope FK. Followed by the Indoor Survival FK then Stair/Scaremaster. A Bataleon Fun Kink or Evil Twin could work too! Lots of choices out there! There aee also a lot of boards that can be way more then a park only stick. Your park board can be your powder board!!!

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-30-2009, 12:14 PM
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I dont really need a powder board tho. I live in North Carolina so the only mountains I really ride are the local ones with the occasional visits up to Snowshoe and Winter Place, both of which never get large dumps. I will probably only make it out west once this season, so a board that is both park and powder isnt really appealing. My capita BSOD does fine on all the local cat tracks, so I just want something that will be park only, or maybe play around with friends and butter down the whole mountain, thanks for the input tho
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