Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Frederick, MD in other words to far from the big mountains
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I personally own a Anthem, Agent, and a Graft. All from past years. the Anthem is like 5 or 6 years old, the Agent is 3 years old and the Graft is last seasons.
The Anthem is a great freeride type of board that can still hold its own in pipe and on jumps. Awesome edge hold and good pop. It's not really oriented towards jibbing.
The Agent is a phenomenal board made to push your progression. I pushed my riding so much further the year I got this board it was crazy. It has great edge hold and pop, with its alomost twin shape it makes rideing switch easy but still give a little bit of the benefit of a directional board. Great in the park, you can jib with it and it still floats in powder.
The Graft I have really limited expeirience on this board since I picked it up at the end of last season so I have only rode it twice. But from my limited use it is the easiest thing I have ever had to ride switch on, but that might be becasue it is the first true twin board I have ever had. It does seem to be slower than anything I have ever riden before and that is personally a little aggrivating for me because I like to go fast. But like I said I have limited use of it so I haven't really gotten to push it on this board. Sedition actually has a great review of this particular board. If you would like to check it out it has a lot of good info.
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