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Skate Banana vs K2 Parkstar

What are the major differences between these two boards? would you suggest any other board that would be good for presses and butters?
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main differnce is the style of rocker, the lib is btx, rocker between the binders flat in the tips and tail. K2 is flat between the binders and rockerd up in the tips. I find the btx to be much more responsive in turns, too much for some though. It also rolls front to back which is an interesting sensation as first but feels right after a while. The flat from k2 is very stable when crusing, but to me is a little slugish getting into a turn. The btx is much better in soft snow, id go with the flat rocker for parks, groomers.

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