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arbor board that compares to a indoor FK???

ive got a capita indoor Fk now and love how it rides! but thought about giving arbor a try and wondered if they had a board that was about the same tech,shape,etc... thanks
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Depends on what arbor you were looking at.
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Depends on what arbor you were looking at.

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which board in particular lol.. they are all made differently with camber to rocker etc..
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just going from what the website says:
Indoor Survival FK | CAPiTA Super Corporation
the capita is a true twin freestyle board , flat between the inserts with rocker in the tips
The arbor freestyle twins are the draft, blacklist and westmark, but they are full rocker:
Arbor THE SYSTEM – BY ARBOR
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which board in particular lol.. they are all made differently with camber to rocker etc..
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I don't know how it compares to the Survival, But I finally got to ride my Westmark this weekend and lemme tell you it is a straight beast.
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^^^^^^ This. I rode an indoor, then got the westmark this year, and I love it, to me the westmark feels a tad softer but not much, but the indoor has flat kick where as the arbor boards are rocker so there gunna be a little different, but get the westmark or blacklist you won't be dissapointed.
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Arbor doesn't have any flat boards so none of them are going to feel very similar underfoot, but as far as filling the same type of role, the Westmark/Blacklist would be similar in that they are mid-flexing park boards that do well outside the park for all-mountain freestyle type scenarios.

If you like Flatkick, try K2 Jib Rocker (Parkstar or Fastplant) or Signal Park Flat. I just took my Park flat out this weekend for the first time and it's pretty fun. Just waiting for it to soften up.
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