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Looking for something playful (and good in powder).

I have two boards. A Burton Custom cambered deck and a Bataleon Evil Twin Classic.

I love my Evil Twin, but it's absolute shit in powder. The Custom, surprisingly, isn't awesome either. I bought the Custom late last season, so I'll just add setback to make it fun in the powder, but I haven't had a chance to do that yet.

I want a medium/soft twin that's pressy, fun/stable in the park, AND good in powder. My Custom fits all of my other needs, it kind of does everything. But I want something playful for once. I like to ride switch, so twin is preferable (I know, not optimal for powder).

I'm a bit stubborn when it comes to boards that steer underfoot, but I think if I just try and get used to it, it will be a lot of fun. Every board I've owned except the Burton Sherlock (which I pussied out and sold it right away because it freaked me out on ice), has felt like a cambered board.

I'm thinking Arbor Westmark? Dare I say...the Burton Nug? I'll take any suggestions.

Last edited by phile00; 12-15-2011 at 03:28 AM.
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