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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-23-2013, 12:20 PM Thread Starter
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Rome Cheaptrick

I have finnaly found a board that i like.

its Rome Cheaptrick.

tried to search but didnt find any good information here or on google.

does anyone have this board.? how Good is it. and isnt it too soft?

And how big kickers can it stand? (dont want to break it or anything)
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lol maybe a dumb question but is it even possible? to break a board? if it's too soft or too stiff during a jump or something, man can you imagine it's breaking as you land that'd hurt...
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Yeah... i have imagined that.. never would love to experience something like that.. but also i never seen anything like that. I only saw a comment of snowboard adviser on youtube.. he said thats nothing too rare ... that boards brake. ...
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Could anyone tell me if its good for going on medium size kickers? Or just jibbing and buttering ? because i want to have board that can do both. rails and kickers.
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When you say you finally found a board you like are you talking graphics? Cause based on your questions it doesn't seem like you have rode the board.
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Originally Posted by kctahoe View Post
When you say you finally found a board you like are you talking graphics? Cause based on your questions it doesn't seem like you have rode the board.
NO. what i like is twin shape.. Soft flex, lenght ... i only care about the graphics little. I only want it to be normal. nothing stupid .
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