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05-30-2009 05:26 PM
VenomousSVT everyone definitely has their own fav park board.. there are a ton of boards to choose from, the bigh thing is just getting the one you like to ride. I have a 157 riders choice for my all mountain and a Park Pickle for my park board
05-30-2009 03:51 PM
MGag can you get away from Sundown/Chestnut or wherever....I used to live in Chicago so i remeber the turf...they probably have demos in Wisconsin at Devils Head or Lacrosse, or in the UP or Minnesota...may be a fun road trip too. Not sure if Midwest company reps do demos there, but there are a ton of them early season in Colorado.
05-29-2009 09:55 PM
lions81
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Originally Posted by MGag View Post
word to the guys above....go demo a bunch of boards and decide which is right for you
The problem with that, in Iowa I don't think they have demo's at the hills i ride.
05-29-2009 11:42 AM
MGag word to the guys above....go demo a bunch of boards and decide which is right for you
05-29-2009 07:37 AM
lions81
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What is your style? (be more specific)
Well I'm about 30% jibbing/butering another 30% kickers and the last 40% is going down regular slopes and making my own hits.
05-28-2009 10:37 PM
markee
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...because that is my style
What is your style? (be more specific)
05-28-2009 03:08 PM
m_jel
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Originally Posted by Incogneato View Post
the best board is the one you buy and ride and have fun on. ask 100 people what the best board is and you'll get 50 different answers.
exactly. One of my buddies has the k2 darkstar and loves it, another has the ride DH and loves it, yet another has some sims board and loves it. Its all personal preference and what you're comfortable with
05-25-2009 10:01 PM
nos Yeah, giving suggestions is stupid and outrageous.
05-25-2009 10:32 AM
Incogneato the best board is the one you buy and ride and have fun on. ask 100 people what the best board is and you'll get 50 different answers.
05-25-2009 10:03 AM
DC5R The Jibpan, IMO, is a fairly stiff board. Great for kickers and pipe. However, if you're looking to butter or jib with the board, you might want to consider something else. If you want to stay with the K2 line, take a look the K2 darkstar. Take a look at the Capita line as well.
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