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Question Never Summer Circuit R or Evo?

I already bought the Circuit but I wanna ask you guys if i made the right decision. I spend most if not all my time in the park. I like to ride rails and hit the 65 footers. Im not much of a pipe guy. So did i make the right decision?
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you should be ok. they have the same flex profile. the Evo might be a little lighter, but the Circuit should fit your needs well.
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Hopefully BA will be along. I know he's been a big fan of the Circuit in the past. I have the Evo and love it, but I've never ridden a Circuit.
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Ya i can't wait to ride it. I was just second guessing myself for a while.
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Yeah, probably shooting burtonavenger a pm will get you your best resonse. He's probably one of the only people to send a circuit over a 65+ jump on this message board and give you some good feedback.

Check his site, The Angry Snowboarder Blog Archive Never Summer Circuit R a closer look. Thast his review for it.

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I have a friend riding my beat to piss 55 Circuit doing back 9's over 55 plus foot jumps. It's got a different flex pattern than the evo and less fiberglass making it a bit more forgiving when sucking up tranny's and bashing jibs. Biggest jump I hit with it was about 40 feet and it was fine. 99% the rider 1% the gear.


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I dont plan on throwing back 9s off 55 footers. Im cool with just straight airing a 65 footer one time but thats besides the point. I agree with you that its the rider not the gear in every sport. But for some reason i dont believe in this as much when it comes to snowboarding. Maybe its just because im not where i wanna be... idk. But regardless thanks for the input.
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If you're not where you want to be you should ride more.


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