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Jumping Board/Park Board?

Hey guys.
As I am sure most of you have figured out by now I am a pretty serious park rat and don't really like to stray from the parks.

I am looking for another serious jumping board/all around park board.
I want a board with LOADS of pop . Camber preferably.
Sintered base is always a plus for charging at kickers. Mid flex is preferably but I don't want any noodles and don't really want a 2x4. TRUE TWIN IS A MUST! (or at least can be made into a true twin if there is setback!)

I had a DC PLY but have recently broken the core in it so it is out of commission. I really would like to try something new instead of just going back to a PLY even though not to be mistaken because I really did like it!

Boards I have looked at are the DC MLF, Never Summer Proto, Ride DH, and the Lobster Park Board/Bataleon Evil twin since they are the same thing. I am open to ANY AND ALL Suggestions. I REALLY want that pop of camber that just cant be beat in my experience but if anyone can speak otherwise than please by all mine give me recommendations.

I ride a lot of icy conditions and hard pack. Want a board for pure park. Mostly for jumps as I am not a rail guru. Pop is a must.

I am 5'9" and fluctuate between 130-137 pounds. I have a size 9.5 boot and am really keen to stay in the 147-152 range but no bigger and not much smaller.

Also if anyone has any bindings to recommend please do. Not a fan of step ins but the new flows from 2012/2013 with the toe strap and ankle strap instead of one big thing look sick. Don't wanna go with any union forces as I hear they are pretty heavy bindings. Am open to anything anyone has to recommend. Please respond.

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i loooove my proto its rocker/camber though i ride it with burton malavita
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Signal Park, light, super poppy, sintered base, $370 it is a little softer though

if you want a stiff jump board go with the ride DH, DH2, or Arcade. My choice would be the Arcade based on this review


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i loooove my proto its rocker/camber though i ride it with burton malavita
Proto is really up there in my choices and malavita have been in my eye for a while so will keep that in mind.


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Signal Park, light, super poppy, sintered base, $370 it is a little softer though

if you want a stiff jump board go with the ride DH, DH2, or Arcade. My choice would be the Arcade based on this review

After riding my friends signal park I know that its just too soft for what I want. However I really like the look of that arcade and the DH is up there for me as well.

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Nitro Rook hands down.

Or the Arbor Del Rey. Serious amount of pop out of that.

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Nitro Rook hands down.

Or the Arbor Del Rey. Serious amount of pop out of that.
Have heard and read some nasty things about arbors quality but I will definitely look at both. Never really new much about nitro's line.

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Nitro T1 and T1 Zero is an option, too. I found the Rook (9.5 boot) a little wide, but might have been a placebo effect.

Arbors are fine as long as you aren't just purposefully abusing them. My Westmark is holding up fine. I threw some 38' step down wedges on my Signal Park Zero and it was fine landing them and I don't really go jumps bigger than that so I think it's a good progression jumping board unless you are throwing down 900s or more. The pop out of it amazed me.
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The Rook is a midwide. in my 9s I felt fine. For me Nitro has only been second to Signal in durability and they have pretty consistently ridden very well.

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Capita Stairmaster Extreme hands down. Best park board on the planet.
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Capita Stairmaster Extreme hands down. Best park board on the planet.

Had a Stairmaster, not the Extreme though. Like the '12 horrorscope flat kick better actually. Its sick.

Capita or go home...

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