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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-25-2011, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
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Directional twin

It seems that alot of really good park riders use directional twin. My board is directional twin(2009 151 ride dh2) and I have no problem with it. but it's been such a long time since iv riden a true twin so are directional twin boards preference or do they have specific advantages. Maybe with jumps And such?
Ex. Eero ettals pro model
Was ridden by well EERO sage.k and Seb toots just a few iv noticed
And has anyone ridden eeros pro model? And what will I feel different ridding this board compared to my dh2
Would the 155 be to big for me at 5"8-1/2 135 pounds for a slopestyle board
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I feel like the DH2 was a true twin...

Eero doesn't ride the board with his name on it that you can buy... HA

Lots of pros prefer directional twins cause skateboards are similar. The tails are slightly blunter and poppier, same with directional twin snowboards.

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Haha u serious Eero doesn't ride his signature board! Well makes sense... Anyway That's what I was thinking thanks for the reply and the 2009 dh2 is definitely NOT true twin
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