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Twin, directional flex, deep sidecut

I'm looking for a board 157 to 162 in size, twin, stiff directional flex, and a sidecut smaller than 8m something under 7.7 would be ideal.

Something higher end with carbon and triax glass, preferably camber but open to other types. Older models preferred, then I can search the classifieds and save a buck or two.

I'm having a hard time finding deeper sidecut's on larger boards, with stiff directional flex, lots of the true twins have an aggressive sidecut especially park boards but I'm after an all mountain.

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Lib Tech Banana Magic is a stiffer board with a 7 m sidecut. It is true twin, but supposed to be phenomenal at carving. It is expensive though at $700.
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Either the Nitro Team and Blacklight might work for you.

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Re: Twin, directional flex, deep sidecut

The lib tech seems to fit the bill, is it a directional flex? I'll have to keep my eyes open for an older model if it ever turns up in the classifieds.
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Re: Twin, directional flex, deep sidecut

Just found an unused 2008 Jeremy Jones, can't figure out if is directional or a twin..

The lady selling had no idea what I'm talking about when I asked her...

It's a 156, does anyone know what flex this would be? Stiff, middle, noodle, directional, twin?
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idk but imagine it would be a stiff directional twin...but go and flex it, easy enough to find out and bring a tape measure...at that age in good shape...$50 or less...then why not.


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