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flow camber porfiles?

i have read that the infinite and merc have rocker/camber and i have read that they both have pure rocker. does any one know for sure? some trusted ppl have said it both ways. i am talking about the 10/11 boards.
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Im like 99 percent sure the infinite has rocker/camber, ive actually got that board myself and its pretty nice
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Flow does not implement a complete reverse camber design the likes of Arbor, Chilidog, or BananaTech.

Any of the anticambers are similar to Nitro's Gullwing. They also use something similar to the drifter base that is on the Nitro SubZero.

Their camber is like what DC is doing for 2012 Ply. Normal camber between the feet and mellowed out camber outside the feet.

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Im like 99 percent sure the infinite has rocker/camber, ive actually got that board myself and its pretty nice
Just went down and looked at the camber on my board

It looks like its got rocker in between the bindings and camber outside the bindings
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thx everyone i appreciate all the info.
my buddy is looking at the board (infinite reverse) he is 195-200lbs intermediate. would the 159wide (size 13 feet) be good for him or will it be to small. no park, all meowntain only.

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thx everyone i appreciate all the info.
my buddy is looking at the board (infinite reverse) he is 195-200lbs intermediate. would the 159wide (size 13 feet) be good for him or will it be to small. no park, all meowntain only.
When I first had my board I was about his weight and I didnt have any problems with it. Im down to more like 170 now and it still rides fine.
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thx, i will let him know
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