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Cool omatic extr-emo

Hey guys! Im new to theese forums Seems to be a great place to get good information and talk to others who aslo love snowboarding : )

Now to my question. I bought an O-matic extr-emo last season but I never got the time to try it out. Im stoked to try it out this season, and now I just wonder if any of you guys have any experience from it? Would be nice to hear a few words about it.
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Hey guys! Im new to theese forums Seems to be a great place to get good information and talk to others who aslo love snowboarding : )

Now to my question. I bought an O-matic extr-emo last season but I never got the time to try it out. Im stoked to try it out this season, and now I just wonder if any of you guys have any experience from it? Would be nice to hear a few words about it.
havent heard much about them. I tried to email the company with some questions, but they never got back to me.
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I've heard some good and some bad. I almost bought one but instead got a n.s. legacy [amazing].
I would like to hear a review from you though and did you get it with wigglestick, and b.s.??
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Omatic Extr-emo

Hey what do you need to know about the board. Its a great park and all around board. Let me know your question and I will answer you.
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i heard it cuts itself and wears its sisters jeans.
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I have the 08 extr-emo.
Been using one for the past 4 months, mainly for park.
This board has a lot of pop, has a medium flex. If i wanna butter it i really have to press hard.
Pretty stable from small jumps (10 feet jumps)
Great board for switch riding, true twin tip shape.

If you wanna take this board out for boxes and rails i would recommend detuning the edges.
When the board was new i took it straight to the park and noticed a slight hickup when doing boardslides on boxes. Almost ate shit doing this.

However 2 days ago i took it out for 2 days of boarding in a resort nearby. And to my amazement this board was pretty stable for my liking when i was blasting down the hill.

Imo this is a definite park board for intermediate/advanced rider, but it can still blast down the hill when you have to get from the lift to the park.
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I have the 08 extr-emo.
Been using one for the past 4 months, mainly for park.
This board has a lot of pop, has a medium flex. If i wanna butter it i really have to press hard.
Pretty stable from small jumps (10 feet jumps)
Great board for switch riding, true twin tip shape.

If you wanna take this board out for boxes and rails i would recommend detuning the edges.
When the board was new i took it straight to the park and noticed a slight hickup when doing boardslides on boxes. Almost ate shit doing this.

However 2 days ago i took it out for 2 days of boarding in a resort nearby. And to my amazement this board was pretty stable for my liking when i was blasting down the hill.

Imo this is a definite park board for intermediate/advanced rider, but it can still blast down the hill when you have to get from the lift to the park.
Thanks for the info : ) Since I ride mostly in the park it seems to fit great
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i heard it cuts itself and wears its sisters jeans.
lol. it also likes to wear dark eye make-up
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