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01-24-2009 12:20 AM
stop123snow cool
i know its pushing it but id rather not go wide if i have the option.
01-24-2009 12:09 AM
jmacphee9
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Originally Posted by stop123snow View Post
he will see it
he must
holy old thread, yet still the truth, he probably will. but i say yes it will work.
01-23-2009 11:59 PM
stop123snow he will see it
he must
01-23-2009 11:53 PM
markee whoooooooooooaaaaaaaaaa 6 month old thread
01-23-2009 11:45 PM
stop123snow sedition...
ive been looking at the graft for some time now
i would grab a 55 but im worried about the width, my boot is a 11.5
do you think it would work fine.
what size do you ride.
07-27-2008 03:18 PM
Crazy Max I ride a first generation Rome Graft, and it's pretty solid on the rails; holds its own on small to mid-size jumps. Landing can be a bit tricky when going bigger, but it's to be expected. I find I just need to lock in the landings, stomp them, and ride out, to avoid washing out. It gets the job done, and it's a fun park board, but it's not forgiving on the landings when going bigger due to it's softness.
07-25-2008 05:33 PM
BurtonAvenger Only thing softer is the Signal Park board.
07-25-2008 05:20 PM
sedition
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i think you got got it backwards buddy. first of all why would you want a buttery board for jumps? the stairmaster is a little stiffer and beefier. It rides the mountain a little bit better. The artifact is a noodle plain and simple... pretty much jib specific.


The Artifact is one of the softest boards made (WWW is only thing close). It's designed for rails...
07-25-2008 05:15 PM
Word
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i have rode both boards and i like them both. i rode a stairmaster all year last year and i demoed a artifact a couple times. it all just depends on what you want. the artifact is really buttery for jumps and its a pretty good jib board but the stairmater is a better jib board.
i think you got got it backwards buddy. first of all why would you want a buttery board for jumps? the stairmaster is a little stiffer and beefier. It rides the mountain a little bit better. The artifact is a noodle plain and simple... pretty much jib specific.
07-25-2008 04:51 PM
heston69 i have rode both boards and i like them both. i rode a stairmaster all year last year and i demoed a artifact a couple times. it all just depends on what you want. the artifact is really buttery for jumps and its a pretty good jib board but the stairmater is a better jib board.
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