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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-10-2011, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
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Hi,

I'm looking for a new park board for this upcoming season. What are some of the best park boards from last season? I'm looking for a super flexy, good for pressing, butters, and jibs. Any ideas? And is it possible to still ride deep pow with a park board?

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Brian
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Rode a Never Summer Evo 151. Awesome butter/jib stick, camber underfoot adds quite a bit of pop and variogrip means good grip on hardpack. Do it all, bomb the blacks, butter the whole mountain and even over some 30+ without any problems.
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Second the Evo. Funnest board I've ridden by MILES!

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Same here, I am looking for an expensive, super flexy, super butter, super jib/rail/box board! What are the best options? I have a 2011 k2 slayblade for all mountain and I I want something that I could have fun buttering and playing in urban environment. Please help us out!
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Is the 2012 Cranium a much better board than the 10/11?

Just found one for a 108 and my mate is looking for a do it all park board

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I got a k2 parkstar (2011) last year and love it, I have heard of some people having de-laminating problems but mine is still holding strong after 35 days.
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