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Wondering how good this board is, and if it's an overall style riding board. I'm thinking of buying last seasons version for a good price. Any help is greatly appreciated!(even suggestions for other boards :P, cause i'm not great about boards, so much to know about different companies, tech behind the boards, what you're looking to do etc.)
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If the ChiliDog form from last year comes with Pop then at a good price its a decent board. If it's just chili look elsewhere.

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I rode a Youngblood all last season and liked it a lot. It's a softer twin board, I used it to get started in the park and to work on riding switch. I also rode it all over the mountain, it's great on groomers but not so hot in powder.
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If the ChiliDog form from last year comes with Pop then at a good price its a decent board. If it's just chili look elsewhere.
i didn't think last years youngbloods came with pop...
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Then I'd look somewhere else unless it's just dirt cheap. You'll just want more pop out of it that it wont give you. Continuous rocker needs added pop.

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I'm actually talking about the camber youngblood, not interested in a rocker board.
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Its a decent board. I'd still say better can be had unless it's a really good price.

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Last seasons models are the way to go. Though I would look for something better unless it's hellsa cheap.

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