|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|06-27-2011 06:50 AM|
Get the Hero and don't look back. Excellent freestyle stick. It's on the softer side of Sears with decent pop and great edge to edge response.
Here's the thing, I demoed a wide model with my size 10 boot and I still found the thing to be responsive edge to edge. I had a lot of fun just messing around on this board. Definitely good for buttering.
|06-26-2011 06:32 AM|
I'm looking for a board to ride this season and I haven't seen many 2012 boards where I'm from.
I've narrowed down my search to either a Process V-Rocker or Hero. Which of the 2 is the better park board?
|06-14-2011 01:56 AM|
Originally Posted by jtchompy View Post
|06-14-2011 01:36 AM|
|jtchompy||my friend has a hero and it is definitely a really good butter/rail board, he can do some pretty huge tail presses. i think he would recommend it|
|06-14-2011 01:09 AM|
|Nivek||I have heard that the 2012 Hero is a solid board good for everything in the park. Good playful board to compliment the more all mountain drivin SL.|
|06-13-2011 08:42 PM|
Which Burton park board with ICS?
Here's my story. I currently ride a Never Summer SL which replaced my old Custom V-Rocker. I have since sold my Custom and now I have a spare '09 Cartel EST. I'm reluctant to sell the Cartels because it was given to me as a present a couple of years ago.
I live in Australia and our snow has started. I'm looking for something more freestyle/park oriented to pair with my Cartel. I'm an intermediate rider starting to learn some ground tricks like presses, buttering, etc. I know the Cartel may be a little stiff for park but I've seen it done by my friend who rides them with a Hero.
What do you recommend I should get to compliment my SL? These boards have caught my eye:
I appreciate any feedback about any of these boards.
Also, will the '09 Cartel EST be compatible with the newer Burton board with the M6 channel system?