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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-15-2011, 11:14 PM Thread Starter
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Yes Jackpot

Has anyone ridden this board? Price is good, sintered base. Has Camrock. Good park board option? Looking for something that can still be fun all over the mountain, despite riding it 80% of the time in the park, on boxes, rails, and smaller kickers.
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Bump. I would like to know about this as well, can anyone whose ridden it maybe give a quick breakdown?

Also how does it compare to the Never Summer Evo. Torn between Yes. Jackpot and the Evo :/
Looking for a new park board that is versatile (can hit kickers, jibs) but can still be ridden on the occasional groomer since a lot of my friends aren't as park obsessed as I am.

Thanks!
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will let you guys know in a few wks... my friend just got one and we're hitting Japan in 2 wks.

on a more serious note, there is one thread about the jackpot on this board. I asked the guys at "the good ride" and they told me that if you're looking for more of an all mountain ride, the Basic, which is very similar, is a better bet. Jackpot is more park / jib focused.
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Thanks I'm actually looking for a Park board so if you could ask your friend to tell you or post on here after he rides it I'm really curious to see what someone thinks of it once they ride it. Also please ask him how he thinks it stacks up as a jib/park board versus some of the other stuff he's ridden before.

Trying to narrow it down between the NS Evo and the Yes. Jackpot still!!

Thanks!
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