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Old 04-15-2012, 04:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I've been looking and looking for a great park board that has mad pop and can with stand those kickers and I think I'm going to go with the park pickle but before I drop the 350 or so dollars I wanted to know if there were some other boards out there for a better Price that can compare to the Pickle any suggestions?
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Old 04-15-2012, 11:08 AM   #2 (permalink)
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So I've been looking and looking for a great park board that has mad pop and can with stand those kickers and I think I'm going to go with the park pickle but before I drop the 350 or so dollars I wanted to know if there were some other boards out there for a better Price that can compare to the Pickle any suggestions?
Hi Bennett,

The Park Pickle is a great deck if you are looking for a rockered (Flat>Rocker>Flat) profile with the benefit of Magnetraction. At $330.00 they are a great late/post season deal. If you are looking to check out C2 (Camber>Rocker>Camber) then the Riders Choice will be solid. The Danny Kass (also C2) is always there for you if you want to go huge and need even more boost and landing stability.
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thanks a ton, ive checked out the danny kass C2BTX it seems like an awesome board as well. I can actually get one from zappos.com for 319$, it is a 155 im about 6"1 and weigh around 165 pounds would this be a good size for me ?
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thanks a ton, ive checked out the danny kass C2BTX it seems like an awesome board as well. I can actually get one from zappos.com for 319$, it is a 155 im about 6"1 and weigh around 165 pounds would this be a good size for me ?
What is your foot size?
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i wear a size 10.5
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i wear a size 10.5
Yup 155 is correct. We would be happy to beat that price for you...but we sold out last month. You are going to love that deck. Stoked for you!
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ya i always order from you guys, great prices and customer service ! i still need to scope out some bindings anything you can recommend to go along with this awesome deck thinking about going with the GNU street series bindings

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ya i always order from you guys, great prices and customer service ! i still need to scope out some bindings anything you can recommend to go along with this awesome deck thinking about going with the GNU street series bindings
Flux RK 30 or Gnu Street are both great choices.
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I would rather jib a DH2 and freeride with a WWW than ride a Pickle.

There are much much better options out there. Wait 4 months, save the extra $50 over that price you quoted in you original post and get a 2013 Arbor Blacklist. Better at every single thing on the mountain. Same with a Signal Rocker light if you're more interested in a jibbier ride or want a sintered base.

For super snap get a Nitro Rook.
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Does the dk press well?

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