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Hey guys, new to the forum. I have a couple questions i need your input on.
I ride the park and i am currently riding a 151 Salomon Salomonder 151 on union contacts. I am 6'1" and 135lbs.
The board is great but not as soft as i would like.
I have been looking at other boards and i wanted an opinion on the nitro subzero. I watched videos but no reviews on it.

My three choices are either The nitro subzero, Bataleon disaster , and maybe a skate banana.
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The Subzero is one of the softest boards out there.

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does it have pop too?
i rode academy propaganda and that was soft as hell. Im looking for something that has pop but i can also press it
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Are you saying you're having trouble pressing the Salomonder?

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Check out the Lobster Jib Board.
Super soft, seems to be what you're looking for
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Are you saying you're having trouble pressing the Salomonder?
I can press it but its hard for me to have a nice solid press, I can't ride a 149 because i am so tall.
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Check out the Lobster Jib Board.
Super soft, seems to be what you're looking for
i looked at the lobster boards and they look sick as hell, plus i hear the tbt is amazing
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