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Old 10-02-2010, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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okay well i been confued for a while, i am getting a new board this year and i want to jib but i still want some pop to it so i can hit kickers, people say the evo-r is the best for me but i could use a second oppinion.
any other board that would suit my needs? or is the evo really the one.
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Old 10-02-2010, 07:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Evo really is the one
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Old 10-02-2010, 07:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I`d say those people are your friends. For sure evo.
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Old 10-02-2010, 08:53 PM   #4 (permalink)
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haha well then the evo-r it is!
but another question now, would my feet be too wide for the board? i have size 11 boot but i ride 15/-15.
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You'd almost certainly be fine with the Evo. If you're worried about it, just get the Revolver.
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You ride pretty ducked, I'm sure you'll be fine. If anything figure out your current sticks width and go from there with the new stick to make sure it's gonna be wide enough.

Most likely with an 11, ducked, and probably pretty wide stance, your gonna be cool.
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so i take it this board wouldn't be great with landing a pretty big drop eh? or a big jump.
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Why not? I've seen guys throwing pretty big shit on Evos. It's a park oriented board, but it's no noodle by any means. If you're capable of doing it, it can probably accommodate.
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okay well i been confued for a while, i am getting a new board this year and i want to jib but i still want some pop to it so i can hit kickers, people say the evo-r is the best for me but i could use a second oppinion.
any other board that would suit my needs? or is the evo really the one.
i really like the DC PBJ. Its designed to do just what you're thinking of doing. Just buy Black Winter and watch Torstein Horgmo's park run on that board... yeah
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Why not? I've seen guys throwing pretty big shit on Evos. It's a park oriented board, but it's no noodle by any means. If you're capable of doing it, it can probably accommodate.
thought this board would be kind of a noodle, alright, ordered this board, gonna get here in a weed, im stoked.
thanks people
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