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last years graft vs last years hatchet

so i need a new board for straight up park riding, and ive been getting a lot of people saying i should get the rome graft and a lot of people saying i should get last years atomic hatchet... im a straight up park rider but i do like a little bit of powder... what one would you guys recommend?
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Hatchet hands down.


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what makes the hatchet better?
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I've ridden both the Hatchet is more stable at speeds, better side cut, more well rounded.


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whats the flex like?
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Mid flexing twin.


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im asking because im pretty light and my board now has no flex so i cant do nosepresses
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i just have a small body type, im 16 and only 5'3"
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sorry to bring this post back, but ive decided to go with the hatchet, but i was wondering if i should get the 145 or 149... (5'3-4" 100 lbs size 9.5 boot)
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