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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-24-2009, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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need help on deciding which board out of these 3

I narrowed my choices to the TRS BTX, Danny Kass C2BTX, and the Burton Joystick.

So far I have demoed the NS SL-R and the TRS BTX. I liked the SL-R but I had more fun on the TRS BTX and liked the flex better. So I took the SL-R off the list.

I don't enter the park that much at all but I also don't want anything too stiff since I don't think I would be able to handle it at my current level.

The Danny Kass seems like it's a tad stiffer version of the TRS BTX. The joystick has been getting great reviews as an all mountain board but not sure if it is stiffer or softer than the other two.

What would you guys recommend for an all mountain board that can handle some steeps has good speed and decent control on ice? All three should do well on pow I would believe.
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Evo-R softer than SL-R and better than ur other choices.
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Rome Agent would be a nice choice as well.

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Evo-R softer than SL-R and better than ur other choices.
here here

Took mine out for the first time yesterday and it was magical. I was doing back to back flat-land 360's till I got dizzy and fell. I'm not even that good yet... the board is very forgiving, flexible and stable at fast speeds
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