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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-06-2010, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking at buying the forum youngblood (not the chilly dog or double dog) just regular camber. I was just wondering from anyone who has ridden it or owns it if it is stiff enough to ride 50+ kickers? Also if this would not be the board for this what would you recomend? I ride on the east coast and am not able to get my hands on many boards so just trying to get some ideas.
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The dudes at my local shop say that the forum destroyer is much like the youngblood but stiffer. So if you're trying to hit 50 foot booters, you should look at that. The destroyer is still useful for jibbing too. If you spend just as much time on jumps as you do jibbing and have five hundred bucks to spend on a snowboard, I would also look at the forum holy moly
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Thanks man sounds good I already have a board for jibbing its just way to soft for bigger kickers
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