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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-06-2009, 12:06 AM Thread Starter
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Stepchild 2009 Latchkey Vs Rome 2009 Graft

Hi, im looking for a new board and im looking for somthing buttery with some nice pop and i found these two boards at a shop on sale 50%off. So im just wondering if any1 has advice ive read the review for the Rome Graft and the board looks legite ive just never herd about the stepchild and cant find any reviews or anything feedback about the board online.

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I'd take the Graft over the Latchkey.

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hey i'm pretty much in the same situation as you and i'm leaning towards the Graft because its real good in the park but also does well outside the park.
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Yea I can't seem to find any reviews on the step child either. But i will say that I have never heard anything particularly horrible about stepchild boards.

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the latchkey is a pure budget board

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graft has carbon in the nose and tail so it should be poppier. latchkey is a super durable jib board made with a wood/epoxy core or something like that idk they call it hdc. id go with graft
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