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10-09-2013 08:52 PM
Nivek Compared to the the other offerrings on the market at full retail the Flow Drifter has the most tech and best ride per dollar in my opinion.

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Originally Posted by nhugh13 View Post
hey im between two boards the bataleon gw and the lobster freestyle. i ride 75 percent park and the other anywhere. i also like jibbing so i want a soft flex board that wont be too flexxy off the park.
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10-09-2013 08:16 PM
nhugh13 hey im between two boards the bataleon gw and the lobster freestyle. i ride 75 percent park and the other anywhere. i also like jibbing so i want a soft flex board that wont be too flexxy off the park.
10-09-2013 06:01 PM
koticphreak Thanks guys! Okay, so now instead of the original 3 I thought I had narrowed it down to, I have all of these recommendations to choose from:

GNU Carbon Credit BTX
Rome Postermania
Burton Aftermath
Custom X
Lib Darker
Salomon Man's
GNU Rider's Choice
K2 Turbo Dream
Flow Drifter
Rossi Angus
Yes Basic
Signal OG Flat

Which is the best bang for the buck and why? I haven't looked all of these up, but some of them seem more park-geared than what I'm looking for...
10-09-2013 03:52 AM
Nivek K2 Turbo Dream, Flow Drifter, Rossi Angus, Yes Basic, or a Signal OG Flat.
10-09-2013 12:30 AM
jml22 GNU Rider's choice
10-09-2013 12:20 AM
bseracka Look for something directional, on the stiffer side and with camber. I'm thinking custom x, lib darker, salomon man's
10-08-2013 11:12 PM
koticphreak
Debating between a few different boards - advice?

Hey everyone. First a little background. I've been riding 5 years on and off. I'd say I'm intermediate. I can go down blues pretty smoothly, can hit some blacks smoothly, but fall every once in a while, I don't do parks, but I hit small jumps from time to time. I don't see myself getting into parks anytime soon so I'm really just looking for a board to enjoy the slopes and help me carve.

Here are 3 boards I'm considering:

GNU Carbon Credit BTX
Rome Postermania
Burton Aftermath

Which of those 3 would you recommend for me and why? Also, if you have any other board recommendations outside of these, that'll be greatly appreciated. I'm looking for a solid board in the $300 price range (+/- $100).

Thanks in advance!

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