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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 01:13 PM
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The Buck Ferton is softer than the SuperPark. That is the difference really. As far as how it compares to the EVO the SuperPark is stiffer and the Buck Ferton is softer. Superpark is pretty is more damp and both Smokin boards have Maga-Traction. The NS has Vario grip which is very good but not as good as the smokin on icy conditions.

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Buck ferton is just reverse camber and superpark is rocker and camber correct?

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Buck ferton is just reverse camber and superpark is rocker and camber correct?
The buck ferton has clash rocker (rocker/camber) and the superpark comes with clash rocker or regular camber. I highly recommend the superpark with clash rocker, it has become my go to stick because it is such a fun board.
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The buck ferton has clash rocker (rocker/camber) and the superpark comes with clash rocker or regular camber. I highly recommend the superpark with clash rocker, it has become my go to stick because it is such a fun board.
I am afraid the super park maybe to be to stiff of a board for me. I like a board I can take out and press on rails and hit a few jumps.

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I am afraid the super park maybe to be to stiff of a board for me. I like a board I can take out and press on rails and hit a few jumps.
at 185 lbs, the 156 is pretty damn soft for me. If your looking for a noodle though I would say get something just a bit softer.
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