Don't know your budget but.... Global Warmer? 151? I've been drooling after this board! Ended up buying a Westmark tho cos found one less than half the price than a GW. Still don't know if I made the right choice tho...
Yes, the GW is definitely soft enough for butters and medium kickers. Some people don't like TBT for spins, tho. I think it's all a matter of habit and getting used to. TBT is great for park riding, especially jibbing and jumping is where it really shines.
edit: Get the Airobic if you're short on money.
Last edited by firlefranz; 02-27-2013 at 02:27 AM.
It was an Evil Twin. I rode it for a day and found it extremely difficult to do tricks, to the point that I wasn't sure if it was worth even riding anymore. You can really feel the edges disappear on you when you slide into the TBT zone. Say you're doing a back blunt 270 out, the room for error is extremely small. As soon as you get outside the binding it sends you into a wobble and you pretty much lose your wind up. I just found it extremely frustrating.
Maybe if I gave it some time it would grow on be, but coming from the Stairmaster I was on at the time, it was dramatically less stable.