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03-16-2014 10:15 PM
Nivek There are many boards much better than the Skate for what you want.

Flow Era, Salomon Assassin, Rossi Trickstic, or a Burton Parkitect are some of my favs.
03-16-2014 05:10 PM
Skate Banana for second board

Guys - any thoughts on the Skate Banana as a second board?

I currently ride a Jones Mountain Twin as an all mountain board. It's a great board and can do anything I throw at it. I live on the East Coast and spend most of my time on groomers. The Jones holds an edge, can go fast, carve, jump, pop etc.

I was thinking about the Skate Banana as a second board. Love the Jones but looking for something more playful and looser feel. I want something with pop, I love to ollie off anything I can find. I actually don't spend that much time in the park (when I do its jumps...not a big fan of rails/boxes), just ride the mountain, butter and goof around. Any other boards I should be looking around at?

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