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k2 va va voom or salomon lark rocker

Hey guys just wondering if anyone could give me some advice on the salomon lark rocker please? I have seen plenty of info and reviews on the va va voom - get the jist that its a sweet jib board but can struggle on piste/off piste etc.thats making me haead towards the lark rocker but cant find any info about it out! I Reckon the lark rocker looks more all mountain but I am really wanting a park board so just wanted to check it wouldnt be TOO all mountain! If anyone knows anything about either of these boards it would be seriously appreciated! Thanks!
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Its a softer all mountain board. Why not look at the Ride Compact or a K2 Fling?

Though I highly recommend a Signal Vita. I ride the Park and if you get a more appropriate size for riding the rest of the mountain it sounds like it would be a good fit. Soft like the Voom, but some camber to make it grip better on piste.

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