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Supra I know this is kind of off topic what do you think is a better pow board Charile or juice?
Charlie will have more float, juice wagon will be more aggressive. In critical terrain I'd rather have the juice wagon. Powdery resort day? prob the charlie for max float.
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Although the flexes are different(Fish:S-rocker, Cheetah:Traditional Camber) and the cheetah has less taper, they are both great deep powder boards, both really fast, both directional (obviously), I know the cheetah is heavy but I don't know about the 2013 fish, probably is. The flex is going to be about the same, the cheetah will be a little more stiff. There both gonna suck at the park. Lastly the cheetahs turn initiation is gonna be easier.
wow.
Have you ridden the fish and/or the Cheetah? If you say yes, I will be very surprised.
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wow.
Have you ridden the fish and/or the Cheetah? If you say yes, I will be very surprised.
These are all estimates from friends talking about the boards, I have ridden the older fish. Why are these guesses so hard to believe?
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