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$200 board suggestions

Hey guys, I am currently looking to get a new board since i won some flux RK30 bindings. I am 5'8" 130lbs and looking for a board that will be 60% park (mostly jumps) and 40% groomers. Live in NJ so i ride the ice coast. I am trying to get a board for around $200. So far i have found a YES Typo 152 for $240, a Nitro Rook 154 for $190, a Signal Park 154 for $200, and a Rome Garage Rocker in 152 and 154. I was wondering your thoughts on which would be the best bang for their buck and which one would suit my riding the best. Thanks!
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Of all those the Rook if you want to jump and the Park if you want to jib more.

See if you can find a 2011 Flow Verve in your size. Great option.

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The 2012 Verve is what I am getting.

Flow Verve Snowboard NEW 2011 This is the 2011 so it is a little different but not much.
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The 2012 Verve is what I am getting.

Flow Verve Snowboard NEW 2011 This is the 2011 so it is a little different but not much.
This. top notch board for dirt cheap price
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I know it comes in a 152 but I cannot find it in stock anywhere, do you think the 155 would suit me well or is that too big for what im using it for. Im 130lbs 5'8"
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A 155 will be a bit big for you.
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