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Flow Infinite or Rome Garage Rocker?

Hey Guys,

New to this forum and was wondering what you guys think of both of these boards...

2011 Flow Infinite 156cm or 2011 Garage Rocker 154cm?

I like to do a little bit of jibbing and park play but mostly go on the groomers and pow. Which do you think would be a best fit?

Thanks

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The Infinite or Flow Era.

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I was leaning more towards the infinite. Thanks for the input buddy for giving me assurance.
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I was actually comparing these two boards along with a few other Evo had in their outlet last week. I ended up going with the Infinite because it had better reviews and from what I was able to gather from those reviews it was better suited to my needs and riding style. I tend to stick to freeriding groomers on the East Coast, which it will do well in, but it will also serve as a decent transitional board if I ever decide to dabble with small features in the park. It may not be the best board for either style in the price range, but it was what I found to be the better of those two boards to be both a freeride and transition-to-freestyle board.

I won't receive the board until the end of this week so I haven't had a chance to see how it rides, but I'm expecting it to live up to the reviews.

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I got the infinite rocker this year and I like it alot. Handles pow good and still feels somewhat stable on ice. top sheet has a big chip on the tail though.. could be from the glades at Sauveur
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