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Time to ditch burton! Park/All-Mtn help!

Hi folks!

I'm looking for some opinions.

I currently have a 2010 Custom V-Rocker 154. While it is a great board I just feel like its a little short for me. I am going to put it up for sale! Which means I now have a place or two in the quiver to fill.

I'm looking for two boards.

1) A park/jib/flexy board for rails, boxes, flatland, jumps, etc... basically something to goof around on.
Boards I see fitting this on my preliminary research:
- GNU Park Pickle BTX
- Lib Tech version of the above
- Ride Machete
- K2 Parkstar or Fastplant
- NeverSummer Evo
- ??? (I don't have a lot of experience in this category as this is the first time I'm looking for a dedicated park board)

2) All mountain shred stick. Hit kickers, natural terrain when the white room is closed, glades, etc..
- K2 Slayblade
- Jones All Mountain Twin
- Lib Tech T.Rice
- NeverSummer SL
- ????

Thanks for the suggestions!

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What's your weight? Why are you thinking your current board is too short?
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