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05-05-2010 01:33 AM
MistahTaki ride dh2 is perfect for what you looking for
04-21-2010 12:42 AM
BurtonAvenger
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Originally Posted by DC5R View Post
I'm fairly certain the WWW has an extruded base.
You're right extruded topsheet and base.
04-20-2010 11:34 PM
DC5R
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Originally Posted by TeamSR View Post
This ^^

Go with something like a DH if your looking for a dope all over park deck. The WWW isn't too shabby, but the sintered base on it gets hammered pretty quickly and is pretty soft for the bigger booters. OR wait for next season and look into the new Kink, It has a new camber style from Ride called Pro-Rize and ride AWESOME. Trust me on that one.
I'm fairly certain the WWW has an extruded base.
04-19-2010 11:26 PM
vanner Sierra Snowboards in Sacramento has a bunch of Signal Park Rockers at 50% off...saw 152, 154, 158 sizes. Was tempted to buy one, but had to resist (already have 4 boards)
04-19-2010 11:19 PM
TeamSR
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Originally Posted by shredder07 View Post
the park rocker, artifact, and www are pretty much on the 'noodle' side of the spectrum. what you want is a mid-soft board. dh, parkstar, evo etc
This ^^

Go with something like a DH if your looking for a dope all over park deck. The WWW isn't too shabby, but the sintered base on it gets hammered pretty quickly and is pretty soft for the bigger booters. OR wait for next season and look into the new Kink, It has a new camber style from Ride called Pro-Rize and ride AWESOME. Trust me on that one.
04-19-2010 08:16 PM
poohcrackers if you're looking for a cheap park rocker i found on here: 08/09 Signal Park Rocker Snowboard size 158cm Light Use - eBay (item 330425469720 end time May-18-10 21:49:49 PDT)
04-13-2010 11:16 AM
BurtonAvenger
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Originally Posted by F**K Plankers View Post
yeah i dont think im gonna go for the park rocker anymore its just to much but im still looking for a softer board that can handle jumping> what do you think about the rome artifact 1895 or the k2www rocker
The artifact 85 can actually handle jumps since it has a reverse carbon triangle in the tips to give it pop, it's actually stiffer than the regular artifact. Out of all the ones you're talking about I say go for it.
04-13-2010 01:21 AM
shredder07 the park rocker, artifact, and www are pretty much on the 'noodle' side of the spectrum. what you want is a mid-soft board. dh, parkstar, evo etc
04-13-2010 12:31 AM
earl_je this board is fun, period. one of the most playful decks made...
04-13-2010 12:26 AM
F**K Plankers yeah i dont think im gonna go for the park rocker anymore its just to much but im still looking for a softer board that can handle jumping> what do you think about the rome artifact 1895 or the k2www rocker
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