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Forum Youngblood vs. Academy Rhythm

After considering getting an all around board I am starting to think that maybe I should just go with a full park / jib / jump board. I think that my style of riding will be suited with a board like this. I don't like going super fast whenever I'm on the mountain and I'm mostly looking to goof around and pop some 180s and just look hella stylie on the mountain hitting natural obstacles.

Anyway, I see some good deals on these two boards the Youngblood in 152 and the Academy Rhythm 148. Both of these would fit me just fine (length wise). Width wise I might have some trouble. Base Width of the youngblood is 248mm while the rhythm is 252mm... I ride a 32 Lashed 10.5 boot.

So which should I go with? Orrrr should I stick it out until other boards go on sale in other stores before I get a new board?
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