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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-23-2012, 01:46 AM Thread Starter
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Ride buckwild vs. Capita stairmaster extreme?

Im getting a new board and i have pretty much narrowed it down to these two. I would be using it mostly for park, but i would like to get some good jumps with it to. In your opinion, which one would be better?

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I trust Rides build quality over Capitas. Buckwild has more tech and is basically flat.

Just know jibbibg with either is going to take muscle. They're both jump decks.

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I agree with Nivek. I know more about the Buckwild mostly bc I was inches from buying it a few weeks ago. (I didn't because it was a pseudo-impulse buy and I wanted to research a few other boards I'm interested in).

You'd totally be able to jib with the Buck but its obviously not gonna be able to press as much.

Very much a jump board. I hear a lot of the Ride team uses it for slopestyle/pipe comps and such.
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