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Old 03-23-2011, 12:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all, whats a good board that does well in jumps, rails, butter? I know to butter, you need a good soft board. Would a soft board do good in rails and jumps also? Are these 3 considered a "park" board? Any help would be appreciate, thanks!
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Old 03-23-2011, 01:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Try searching the forum a bit. Youll be amazed at what you find. Theres been numerouse threads in just the past 2 weeks about park boards. You want something not to stiff for butter but not to soft for jumps.
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yup, been searching. seems like Arbor Draft is good for the park + buttering. but on the other hand, some say the Westmark is good cause it does the buttering/park decent AND is good for all mountain cruising, which is a plus! hmmmmmmmmmm
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also, maybe Signal Park Rocker? I read its a noodle. Must be bad in groomed trails for some cruising?
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i like the signal park camber but the rocker is too extreme for going big. generally speaking a board that is good on rails and for buttering wont perform all that well off big jumps. so if u wanted something to do both id say go with a stiffer board that will be more stable. ull still be able to butter and your jibbing wont really suffer.
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