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Burton Custom at the park?

How does the Burton Custom do on the parks?
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park is a pretty wide category, do you want it for half pipe where you want a stiffer freestyle board? or is it more for jibs and small jumps? do you just charge huge jumps and gap rails? the custom is suppose to be a all around park board and i heard a lot of people like it for pipe but ive never personally ridden one. if you want something more for jibbing and maybe some 35 foot jumps id look for something a little softer.


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