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Would a K2 WWW handle small/med kickers decently?

Not talking big at all, 20-25 feet max.
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Yes, it would.
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Yes, it would.
what about a burton duce?

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what about a burton duce?
...Yes.. I mean the deuce is stiffer than a WWW soooo.....yeah.
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...Yes.. I mean the deuce is stiffer than a WWW soooo.....yeah.
another quick question is stiffer the better when it comes to jumps??

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another quick question is stiffer the better when it comes to jumps??
in most cases yes. A soft board will be less forgiving if you land in the back seat. Plus, at high speeds and popping off the lip of a jump a bit of a stiffer board is more stable. I ride a pretty soft deck though and i dont really mind hitting big kickers with it, its all personal preference i guess.
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in most cases yes. A soft board will be less forgiving if you land in the back seat. Plus, at high speeds and popping off the lip of a jump a bit of a stiffer board is more stable. I ride a pretty soft deck though and i dont really mind hitting big kickers with it, its all personal preference i guess.
ooh ok bc i was planning on trying to hit a small kicker toma

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in most cases yes. A soft board will be less forgiving if you land in the back seat. Plus, at high speeds and popping off the lip of a jump a bit of a stiffer board is more stable. I ride a pretty soft deck though and i dont really mind hitting big kickers with it, its all personal preference i guess.
yea thats very true about stiff being better for back seat landings.. i remember the first i landed in the back seat and rode it out my first thought was "DAMN that was fun!" haha
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yea thats very true about stiff being better for back seat landings.. i remember the first i landed in the back seat and rode it out my first thought was "DAMN that was fun!" haha
what do you mean land in the back????

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what do you mean land in the back????
land with all your weight on the tail
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