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|06-12-2014 07:42 PM|
Has anyone heard of Braedon Wheeler? He rides the latchkey and he looks like he knows whats up, which doesnt mean anything, but its still a sweet edit:
|06-10-2014 12:01 PM|
|td.1000||don't go for the Subzero without trying it out first. you may or may not like their "hotwing" camber.|
|06-09-2014 11:24 PM|
Well just an FYI on the Subzero, one of the loosest boards on the market. It's super soft and then the rocker.
I don't know much about the Latchkey. I want to like Stepchilds, but I just haven't ridden any to know.
If you're into other options take a look at the Flow Verve, Slash Happy Place, Yes Public, or Salomon Salomonder.
|06-08-2014 07:09 PM|
StepChild Latchkey vs Nitro Subzero
Ok, so first off, hi, I'm new here. I've lurked for forever and finally had something I felt like I needed to post.
I have a question for you guys. I'm getting a new board this summer and I thought I had my heart set on getting the Nitro Subzero, but recently I've been scared off of it in favor of other boards, specifically the StepChild Latchkey.
If I went with the Latchkey, should I get the rocker or camber version? I'm leaning heavily to the rocker.
Boot Size: Like 9-10
Riding Style: My passion is riding park (Rails and boxes). My resort doesn't a ton of snow, so the jump action is limited, but I like to be able to ride around and hit random stuff and jumps that me and my buddies make. Kindof all-mountain with a heavy park focus.
Every board I have ever owned has honestly been worthless. I rode a prototype Able board from the 90s for a while until just recently switching to some sort of Rossignol budlight board that my friend gave me after I blew out my inserts, I'm looking to get something nice finally, any ideas?