Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Mountains of Mordor
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Its hard to explain if you don't already know. I'd probably describe the boards ability to "lock-in" is more the boards stability on rails. The more minor adjustments of body positioning a board can handle and not kick you off the rail I guess. Usually attibuted to boards with softer torsional flex, and softer tips.
Noodles lock really well, planks do not.
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