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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-15-2011, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Question I need some help on a board please..

Im, about 5'5'', 110lbs and im sixteen. Im riding vail, beaver creek, keystone and snowmass this year. I really like park but i hit other big hits around the mountain too. I was looking at the Rome Artifact Rocker or the SkateBanana, any suggestions on a board that can hit big jumps but still has the flex to do presses and manuals... etc? Thank you.
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i think the artifact rocker and skatebanana might be a little to soft for what your looking for. Sure they press very easily and can butter with the best of them, but as for big hits around the mountain they wont perform like you want them to. I would check out the k2 parkstar, Rome agent, salomon drift rocker, the academy propaganda series, capita stairmaster, and the k2 believer would be good ones to look at. The can butter and press but can definently handle the mountain as well
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i think the artifact rocker and skatebanana might be a little to soft for what your looking for. Sure they press very easily and can butter with the best of them, but as for big hits around the mountain they wont perform like you want them to. I would check out the k2 parkstar, Rome agent, salomon drift rocker, the academy propaganda series, capita stairmaster, and the k2 believer would be good ones to look at. The can butter and press but can definently handle the mountain as well
Alright, thank you. I'll check them out forsure.
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