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Rome Artifact or K2 WWW?

Hello this will be my second year snowboarding. I had a K2 fuse and I'm planning to get a artifact or www. Last season I just started to do jumps and rails but the fuse wasn't very good for it.

Which one of these 2 will be better for rails and small kickers? I heard artifact feels like the tail will snap by going off jumps? Any experiences with the 2 or any recommendations? Maybe even another board I should look into.

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ive owned 3 www's... pretty solid board for what your looking for. The board has a ptex top sheet so snow, stickers, and stomp pads wont be sticking.... the idea is to add some rigidity to the board. but its still a little butter stick. also the ptex top is super durable.
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