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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-12-2013, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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I Need some help with choosing a park board!

Alright I have done some research and have narrowed my choices down to either the burton custom flying v or the bug. (I am sticking with burton because I already have a burton custom with est bindings). Now I am new at park, can hit most ride ons and jumps. I'm leaning more toward the nug because I feel like it's sheer size will make it easier to spin and ollie. Anyone ridden one before and can comment on it compared to the flying v? Thanks in advance

Rider details: I'm about 5'7/5'8 currently riding a 154cm board...
Weight: 174 pounds
I currently ride about 80 groomers and 20 percent park... wanting to make it more 50/50...

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The Custom Flying V is not really a park board. It's more of a do everything all over the mountain board. If you're looking for a park board in their lineup check out the Process Flying V, Parkitect, Joystick, Super Hero, or Whammy Bar. Nug wouldn't be a bad choice either.

As far as flying V vs. V rocker, the flying V probably offers more pop and stability for jumps while the v rocker would be slightly better on butters and rails. Depends on what kind of park riding you are trying to do.
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