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Which park board?

Spend just about my entire day in the park hitting the rails. The nitro t1 an the ride crush seem to have my eye. Opinions on these boards? Or any other recommendations? I want a board that is on the more flexible side. I'm 6'2 200 lbs.
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Check out the Arbor Draft, Salomon Salomander, Rome Shank, and Capita Defenders of Awesome.

I have a Draft and it's a super noodle.
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The DOA is not a jibstick.

For you though, don't get a full blown jib stick cause it's going to be softer for you than it is for us.

Arbor Westmark, Bataleon Airobic, Flow Verve, Nitro Swindle, Salomon Salomonder, Signal Park, or a Forum Scallywag.

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The DOA is not a jibstick.

For you though, don't get a full blown jib stick cause it's going to be softer for you than it is for us.

Arbor Westmark, Bataleon Airobic, Flow Verve, Nitro Swindle, Salomon Salomonder, Signal Park, or a Forum Scallywag.
You are right, but its in his price range and can be used for jibbing and other park schtuff.

The westmark is a great board, but I think its outta his price range.

The scallywag is a great board too.
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I'm pretty sure the westmark is only like $30 more than the DOA, I'd say westmark.
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I'm pretty sure the westmark is only like $30 more than the DOA, I'd say westmark.
$20.

And you can use the DOA everywhere, but from CAPiTA for a jibstick for a bigger dude Stairmaster for sure.

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