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Old 08-24-2008, 08:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking Forum Young Blood Or Capita Stairmaster OR Rome Artifact????

SO i've narrowed my selections down to 3 decks. Im hoping to be convinced into buying the right one. Which will do me better in the park both for jibbing and jumps? Capita stairmaster, rome artifact or forum youngblood ?? PLEASE HELP ME CHOOSE!!
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Old 09-04-2008, 10:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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stairmaster

how much do you weigh and I can recommend a size

and whats your boot size
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Old 09-04-2008, 11:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I've heard from others that the Stairmaster is fun.

I would say the Artifact, or possibly even the Rome Graft. Which is basically a beefed up Artifact.

If you're pretty aggressive and rough with your equipment, you might want a step up from a "throw away" park board which are all what you have listed.

Although I will say the choices you've narrowed it down to would all be fun decks to jib around on, but if you want something that gives you a little "extra" you might want to step from those. For Capita it would be the Stairmaster Extreme.

I guess there would be more questions you would want to ask yourself before making your final decision...which do you ride more, jumps or rails, or equal time on both? how long are you thinking about having this board for? how long have you been riding and what areas do you want to progress your riding in?

And the only person who should "convince" you into buying the board that is right for you should be yourself. Get what you think would be right for you based on personal things you already know about yourself and your riding. With possibly using the opinion of others as a basis to go from, but don't let that be one of the largest deciding factors in your board decision!!!
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Old 09-05-2008, 07:57 AM   #4 (permalink)
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wow bro i did not expect that ballin of an answer LOL. I've actually settled with my new board already and its none of the above. It's the 150cm 2009 Forum Manual and its MAD SEXYY. Thanks to all who have replied and help gave advice.
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