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05-17-2014 06:38 AM
ItchEtrigR
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Originally Posted by td.1000 View Post
sorry for taking a dead thread slightly off topic, but I couldn't help but notice that the OP asked for "flat camber suggestions" yet a lot of the answers were anything but that. is this a hint that people around here don't care much for flat cambers?

I can't recommend stuff that I haven't ridden, but I'm really curious about Nitro's T1 and Yes The Public. has anyone around here tried these out?
I dig flat, makes a lot of sense if you want to lose a bit of catchiness without losing too much response & pop by going full reverse camber. It's a good balance.
05-13-2014 05:21 PM
td.1000 sorry for taking a dead thread slightly off topic, but I couldn't help but notice that the OP asked for "flat camber suggestions" yet a lot of the answers were anything but that. is this a hint that people around here don't care much for flat cambers?

I can't recommend stuff that I haven't ridden, but I'm really curious about Nitro's T1 and Yes The Public. has anyone around here tried these out?
05-05-2014 04:51 AM
Supra Smokin Kyle Clancy
05-05-2014 03:53 AM
rambob ^^^ Not threadjacking but I got to say that Camrock boards have really stoked me this last season and the one before. Lot more pop then a flat profile between the inserts imo. I ride 3 Yes boards; 56, 58 Greats and a 64 PYL all with Camrock.
05-04-2014 11:26 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by ItchEtrigR View Post
I thought the Happy Place was cam rock...
So it seems. I didn't ride much like camrock though.
05-04-2014 11:07 PM
PoOHawk
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Originally Posted by snowman55 View Post
Rome Postermania. It's flat from 2" past the inserts and little rocker at the tips. Soft enough for jibbing yet stiff enough for bigger jumps. Has the quick rip tech which gives you two more contact points. Not as good as Mag but better than nothing.
X2 for Postermania. Flat between your feet, rocker everywhere else. Quickrip sidecuts for the east coast weather.
05-02-2014 03:46 PM
TwiggyMK Capita doa......
Camber between the feet, bit of flat past the inserts then rocker before the tips.
The carbon rods make it pretty damn stable but I'm 6ft 75kg on the 154 so it can still be flexed!! Personally love mine. So couldn't recommended it enough. So poppy as well
05-02-2014 02:40 PM
ItchEtrigR
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Originally Posted by Nivek View Post
The best blend of jibness and stability I've ever been on in a flat profile was the Slash Happy Place. Im vaguely considering buying one next year.
I thought the Happy Place was cam rock...
05-02-2014 12:38 PM
readimag Echelon Orion is also a good option
05-02-2014 12:14 PM
Nivek The best blend of jibness and stability I've ever been on in a flat profile was the Slash Happy Place. Im vaguely considering buying one next year.

The Signal is a super fun board but its a radial sidecut so not a ton of grip. Pyro is devent but more or less an asym Swindle. Salomonder is a great jub deck but even though its not flat you'd be better off on the Villain for what you're looking for. And Capitas are always fun decks but have never been the most durable.
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