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I have been boarding two seasons now and I am very comfortable with carving and speed on moderate-advanced slopes. The next logical step is to choose my next board based off of my preferences but I'm not quite sure what they add up to. I enjoy carving around but what I really like is trying jumps and little freestyle like tricks, 360 reverts and things like that with rotation. I would really like to give small rails a shot and learn to do jumps and rotations more efficiently but I also enjoy a bit of carving. I'm thinking what I need is a freestyle rocker board but as I'm not exactly an expert, that's why I'm here for help.

Side question: Whats the name of the trick where you go into a hard toe-side skid with a 270 alley-oop like jump out? Its my favorite so far.

Any help is much appreciated and thank you for your time.
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