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Question Best 10/11 R.C. PARK BOARD ?

So I'm looking for a R.C. park board for next season I'm currently leaning toward a 155 NS EVO for next season but I'm open to something else... (NOT A SKATE BANANA OR ANYTHING LIB OR GNU) I was also looking at K2 Fast Plant but I've been reading that it doesn't have allot of pop. I'm looking for something playfull with a good amount of pop. I just bought some Purple Cartels for a park set up next year also...

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Fuck dude it's April next season is like 4 months away there will be tons of reviews coming out from now till then.

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haha I know man it sucks that I have to wait for a whole 5 months to get my new setup. As of right now I don't own 1 snowboard because I sold all my old setups. I'm just trying to see what peoples thought are on some of next years boards.... especially if theres anything other then these 2 boards that I'm missing. Also a majority of people on here review 10/11 NS gear this year so I thought some people might weigh in on next season EVO

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ride machete, capita horrorscope/indoor survival are a couple i would look into also. I think the EVO would be better for taking it all mountain though but I'm just guessing no personal experience with it.
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It's supposedly pretty much identical to this years Evo.

Nobody can say what's "best" for you but the Evo is a very solid and very popular stick that works for a ton of people.

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Evo changes for next season.

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Evo changes for next season.
Explanation?

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Can any1 explain how the evo rides diffrent then the skate banana

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^ i think the banana has a more aggressive rocker shape (banana-shaped) and is softer.

OP: why no Lib/GNU?
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^ i think the banana has a more aggressive rocker shape (banana-shaped) and is softer.

OP: why no Lib/GNU?
I was wondering the same thing. Maybe because the '11 models mostly have the c2 power banana?
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