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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-18-2012, 02:15 PM
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Where in Michigan are you? I have the 157 Evo and Proto. If you are by me and I can get out next week, usually Friday AM, I'll be more than happy to let you try both.

I ride Holly, PK, occasionally Alpine.


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Where in Michigan are you? I have the 157 Evo and Proto. If you are by me and I can get out next week, usually Friday AM, I'll be more than happy to let you try both.

I ride Holly, PK, occasionally Alpine.
Leo, that's really cool of you to offer. Unfortunately, I'm in Kalamazoo and work M-F.

My parents are in Rochester though, so maybe the next time I'm visiting I can send you a pm and see if you are available. I'm going to put partial blame on you for my dilemma because I was reading your reviews on both the Evo and Proto!
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Anytime bro. Just let me know, not just for boards either. Always cool to meet new people to ride with. We have a Michigan thread by the way:

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/mid...tml#post468806

And yea, I got blamed a few times for hurting people's wallets.


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Softer Park boards are a lot more fun when your screwing around. I have an 11 academy propaganda reverse camber and it's a fun. It's flat and rockers up a bit at the tip and tail. Has good flex and holds speed rather well. I'm really liking the flat base stuff (although I've yet to try the R/C like never summer stuff)


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Softer Park boards are a lot more fun when your screwing around. I have an 11 academy propaganda reverse camber and it's a fun. It's flat and rockers up a bit at the tip and tail. Has good flex and holds speed rather well. I'm really liking the flat base stuff (although I've yet to try the R/C like never summer stuff)
What are opinions on the GNU Street Series? Would that board hold up at on groomers at decent speeds?
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