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Signal Park Rocker vs Nitro Sub Zero

Hi,
I posted today some questions about the Signal Park Rocker 152/154: http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...ht-152-vs.html. Thanks for the responses!
Unfortunately the Signal Rocker 152 is no longer available in my country anymore. So I might want to have an alternative since I am not sure if I want to order one from US because of import tax and stuff. I found the Nitro Sub Zero 152 which has a Gullwing baseline and seems to be quite a soft butter-jib board which is what I am looking for.
My question is anyone familiar with both of them and-or is the Sub Zero as soft-flexy as the Signal Rocker is? There are plenty of flex tests vids on the Signal Rocker but none for the Sub Zero. Thanks!
My specs:
  • 74kg
  • 178cm
  • Boots: 32 Lashed US10.5 / EUR44
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I've owned a 152 Subpop (early release Subzero) and I own a 152 Rocker, and have ridden a 152 Rocker light.

All different feels. The Rocker Light is the more traditional and useful of the three, the Nitro is more conventional than the Rocker, but just as useful. Its stupid soft. Like really. The Rocker is much stiffer, but that much rocker means you don't need the board to be soft to get the same level of press or tweak.

If it were me, Rocker Light, Rocker, Subzero. That order.

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