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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-21-2010, 03:02 PM
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Best Urban boards?

I am looking for a new urban: soft/jibbing board. Any suggestions?
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-21-2010, 03:12 PM
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price range??
i love my dc pbj

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price range??
i love my dc pbj
pbj has 4.5 flex, i think it might be little too stiff for me
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Technine Jib
K2 WWW
Rome Artifact
Lib Tech box scratcher
Forum Manual
Capita stairmaster
Burton Love (maybe)
bateleon evil twin
Ride Kink

Lib tech(box), Capita or Technine are good if you have a bigger foot but want a smaller board as their boards are quite wide

Romes Bronze edges are sick

K2 WWW tip design is nice

Ride Kink is packed full of tech

All companys make a good board its just about finding the right one for you.
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Technine Jib
K2 WWW
Rome Artifact
Lib Tech box scratcher
Forum Manual
Capita stairmaster
Burton Love (maybe)
bateleon evil twin
Ride Kink

Lib tech(box), Capita or Technine are good if you have a bigger foot but want a smaller board as their boards are quite wide

Romes Bronze edges are sick

K2 WWW tip design is nice

Ride Kink is packed full of tech

All companys make a good board its just about finding the right one for you.
im thinking about the Forum Forever Manual (CD)
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Wait for the Stepchild Street Recession. Super budget board made to be thrashed on the street. No metal edges, I hear. Sounds like my "urban board"; the edges have pretty much all ripped out!

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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-22-2010, 01:46 PM
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Forum make good boards just search for some reviews on google. My friend rides a youngblood has thrashed it and hasnt seen any signs of de-lamination yet
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price range??
i love my dc pbj
I'm actually about to get dc pbj, how much do you weight and what size board do you ride?
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