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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-31-2013, 03:54 AM Thread Starter
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Arbor Draft vs Del Rey

I will start of by saying yes i know that the Draft is a Rocker board and the Del Rey is Camber...

my point is that im not sure which 1 to get for my purposes..
not planing on any big jumps/super speed/deep pow..
mainly gonna start advancing my switch riding and buttering.
since both boards look great by their stats with the soft flex
and the whole Arbor system features.. im cofused..
the Draft has their Jib system which already speaks for its self saying
"im the perfect board for buttering!!" the Del Rey doesnt feature a system
but also a freestyle board froim all aspects..

any ideas? maybe someone has one of these boards and can share his experience? and any othwer general advice is welcome!!
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For buttering take the Draft. It's pretty damn noodely and in combination with the rocker it's so incredibly easy to press and play around. No need for a camber board if that's the purpose of the board for you.
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