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Just wanted to know the thoughts on this deck. Does the magnetraction slow the board speed on carving? The board has won high praise on its tech but wondered if it rode great too
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Just wanted to know the thoughts on this deck. Does the magnetraction slow the board speed on carving? The board has won high praise on its tech but wondered if it rode great too
Smokin boards in general FLY! The magnetraction is mellower than a Lib-Tech and in one word it is smooth. Still effective but not loud and overly grippy. Never rode a SuperPark but if Smokin Jay built it son you best believe that it is the real deal. If my feet weren't size 12 I would have probably purchased the SuperPark but I got the Big Wig instead and absolutely love that board for it is a true Quiver Killer.

Glad to see this forum giving love to Smokin Snowboards for they are very high performance and not made for a bowl of rice.
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in a pic i saw the MTX from them seems like NS vario grip but with more sides..
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Obviously a real popular board...thought Smokin was the next big thing!
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the superpark is a great soft all mountain, stiffer park deck. Great on jumps buy just a bit stiff on jibs, still very jibbable though. Thing takes a beating. Smokin is a great company to support and deal with.
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might the superpark be similar to the NS SL in flex and all round ability?

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they give the KT - 22 8/10 in flex... looks like a heritage ...
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might the superpark be similar to the NS SL in flex and all round ability?

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they give the KT - 22 8/10 in flex... looks like a heritage ...
No the superpark has a way more give between the bindings that the SL. Its probably closer to the EVO.
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so the superpark wont be a good all mountain for me...

and the KT-22 will be like a heritage? they say is 8 in 10...


What would be a similar to the SL or the cobra?

A good all mountain but still playfull

thaks
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so the superpark wont be a good all mountain for me...

and the KT-22 will be like a heritage? they say is 8 in 10...


What would be a similar to the SL or the cobra?

A good all mountain but still playfull

thaks
Never been on a KT-22 or Heritage so I dont know. Give smokin a call or shoot them an email and jay will most likely answer
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Just rode the 159 superpark today

awsome board!!! fast, good grip and good damp.

It feels a bit softer than NS SL
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