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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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I cant find any reviews on it. It seems everyone skips this one and goes straight to the evo-r. It looks like it is the same shape but slightly diff materials, which are the same materials comparable to the www, artifact, etc, which are boards everyone loves so much. Also seems like it might even be softer for jib which i know some ppl are looking for.

Im just curious if anyone has ridden it and what they think. Its like 80 dollars less too.


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Im just curious if anyone has ridden it and what they think. Its like 80 dollars less too.


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The only reviews I have seen of the circuit, which were positive, are the angry snowboarders. Ya the circuit is $80 dollars cheaper than the evo. I think that's why so many people go with the Evo. For only $80 more you get a great board.
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I get what you are saying, but why buy a stiffer board if you want a soft one. Im not knocking the evo. I just dont know why i dont see more of the circuit when its right in the same category as the www and other jib/park boards.

Example:

circuit-r = www/artifact/kink

evo-r = parkstar/agent/dh2
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