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08-12-2011 02:26 PM
chupacabraman Steep terrain with shitloads of powder, usually consisting of trees, pillows, and cliffs. Revelstoke.
08-12-2011 01:55 PM
lokahu what conditions do you usually ride in dude? and whereabouts do you board? thanks
08-11-2011 12:26 PM
chupacabraman Pretty comparable boards there, both are good rides.
I haven't rode the Jamie Lynn Phoenix, but I have rode quite a few Libs... TRS 157 (c2-btx), T-Rice 157 (c2-btx), Banana 156 (btx), and Street 157 (btx). I had a Rome Agent Rocker 157 last year (loved it).
Personally I'd prefer the Rome (more durable, more pop & lively, everyone doesn't have one)
I do mainly freeriding so I can't comment on either of those boards performance in the park.
08-11-2011 11:54 AM
lokahu oh and i also do a little bit of rails, some jumps, and am a half-pipe addict so any comments regarding the park would be great too
08-11-2011 11:05 AM
Rome Agent Rocker vs Lib Tech Jamie Lynn

Hey guys and gals, im having trouble deciding between the two for a great all-mountain hybrid rocker board. I move between Vancouver and Toronto throughout the year, so i need something that can ride Whistler powder and also East Coast ice. Any suggestions/comments about the differences between the two would be great, thanks!

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