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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-02-2009, 03:04 AM Thread Starter
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SO many boards, help me pick best park board

So I keep thinking I know exactly what board I want to get for this season, but then I hear about another one that may or may not be better. I'm looking for a mostly park board that can kill rails, jibs, butters, presses, the occasional kicker (nothing too big) and that I can take outside of the park every once in a while.

I was pretty set on picking up a bataleon, either ET or airobic. But then I started hearing way too many good things about the rome artifact and k2 www and ride kink and so many more. So give me some advice, what's the best jib stick that's at least decent on kickers?
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If you don't plan on hitting big jumps like 30+or so, don't worry about getting something stiffer. Check out the www I haven't ridden it but everyone seems to like it
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Never Summer EVO or Circuit. EVO is more of a do everything board compared to the Cicuit. Circuit is mainly a park board. You could take the Circuit out of the park but it wont be as good as the EVO
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Rome postermania sounds like a board you wanna check out.
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I'd check out the Park Pickle if I were you.
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there is no "best". everyone has there own preference so pick what you like! the Bataleon boards you mentioned are sweet...
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+1 for the EVO-R. It would be my jib/small jump board of choice if money wasn't an issue
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im trying my luck with the WWW. it was either that or a stairmaster.
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+1 for the EVO-R. It would be my jib/small jump board of choice if money wasn't an issue
Ive heard The Evo can handle the bigger jumps in the park too
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Has anyone ridden a www? What's the flex like? I'm pretty much looking for a noodle since I'll mostly be using it for jibs
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