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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-15-2011, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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just ordered a DC ply but i am having some regrets on it. I ride the park pretty much the whole time. and thats what i want my board for. I hit 30-55 foot jumps and rails to.. im looking for a board that is good on both of those. one that can flex and still ride the jumps.. advice?
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First off, local shop?

I support your regret. It had dissappointing poppage. Both softer and snappier would be the Signal Park Flat. Seriously awesome. Same price point too. For me at 145lbs the 152 makes a seriously good park stick. I do like them just a bit more jib oriented but i would not hesitate to jump it over a 50 footer.

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Torstein Horgmo uses the DC Ply so I don't see how you can go wrong with it!
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Horgmo could double woopdy spin-do a mattress.

I rode his graphic ply. Not enough pop.

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The pro argument is a joke. Return it and get something else. Word on the street DC snow division is going bye bye.

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Torstein can ride a Kemper circa 1980's and still own it.. hell, give him an MDF board and he'll probably still do triples
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The pro argument is a joke. Return it and get something else. Word on the street DC snow division is going bye bye.
Settle down, I was joking and everyone here got it except for you.
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