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Burton Custom ICS or K2 Weapon (www)

I'm between a Burton Custom ICS 2009 + Cartel EST bindings or a K2 Weapon (www) 2009 + K2 sweater bindings??
I'm looking a freestyle board, for all mountain. wich one should i choose?
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That's not even a safe comparison ones a jib board the others a pile of crap.


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I Should Go For The Www??
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That's not even a safe comparison ones a jib board the others a pile of crap.
I totally agree with the jib part but I'm in denial of the crap part(I just picked up the 2010 custom v and cartels, can't try it out till next winter)

The custom is definately promoted as an all mountain where the www is pretty much jib specific with a really soft flex. I've been riding my Rome artifact 1985 all over the mountain for the last year and had no problems at all and this thing is supposed to be one of the softest boards out there. There were a couple of fast spots where it got a little iffy but other than that it was fine. I never had the intention of using it as an all mountain but it worked fine for me. What it comes down to really is your skill level, because in all honesty i doubt 75% of the riders out there can tell a difference between boards.
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Well no wonder you don't agree with me you bought it and yet you haven't even ridden it. Artifact 85 isn't soft by any means it's just below mid flex.


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