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Old 02-11-2013, 12:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guise im thinking about getting a new board: k2 www or nitro sub zero. Im going to be using it for park mostly, thats why theyre more flexible. I was originally gonna get the sub zero because its like rail pro (from what i hear) so i was leaning towards that, but maybe i want a more stiff board so i can actually you know, ride. Tell me what you think...
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yeah the subzero is way soft. like uber soft. if you ever want to do jumps bigger than 5 feet. id go with something a little stiffer. from nitro the haze or the swindle.
the swindle is closer to the www flex. haze is in between that and subzero.
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Should i go for the swindle or the www or the haze. The www did get the good wood award and such, so it cant be bad, but i do want a pretty flexible board

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whats your height and weight a location? is this going to be your only setup? or just a dedicated rail board?

i rode the www for a while until they changed it to the current weird shape. nothing really special about it besides the ptex top sheet ( which means no stickers no stomp pad) good fun board. rails,jumps to 20-30 footers.

Then had my shop pick up nitro. and the swindle seemed like an awesome board. the rail killer edge being double the thickness was a big plus. standard edges would crack under my 200lbs. and swindle is zero camber so theres a little more pop. rails and 20-30 footers.

haze ive ridden. is a toned down version of the swindle. zero camber with standard edges.
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at this point im choosing between the swindle and the k2 www. I really dont know which one is better, but i know that the www is more expensive. Is it worth it? Pros/cons? No stickers on the ptex
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the k2 can be bought for 180 on ebay. you just have to search for it.

last year model is the same as this year except for graphics.

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at this point im choosing between the swindle and the k2 www. I really dont know which one is better, but i know that the www is more expensive. Is it worth it? Pros/cons? No stickers on the ptex
ptex top sheet adds a little bit of snap to the board. and the www has a slight rocker to it.

the nitro has the beefy edges. and its a zero camber. which will add to the pop.
also nitro holds a 2 yr warranty.

thats about it.
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