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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-18-2008, 03:21 PM
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Burton Dominant vs. Forum Youngblood ?

Hi,
I can't decide between getting a 2008 Burton Dominant or a 2008 Forum youngblood. I ride basically all park. Im 5'11'' and about 200lbs and size 12 boots, if that helps? I've been riding my stepchild hammerhead for like 3 years and its time for a change. So what are our guys thoughts on each board? Which would you go with?

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-JOSH
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-18-2008, 10:36 PM
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youngblood. burton boards have like 2 stance options. fuck that. although if your stance width is workable on the dominant id get that. its wider and super poppy
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Alright cool, thanks for you opinion.
Also what are your thoughts on the Rome Machine?
Because its a wide board and is designed for park.
Good - Bad?

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most definately the rome machine over both. i rode a machine my last day on snow this season and it was incredible. it doesnt feel like a flimsy jib board. also, rome makes some of the best snow product out there.
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