|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|05-28-2008 06:29 PM|
Yea, I've experimented with the Cruzer and Feather, both boards didn't work for me as well as the troop. I guess its just my personal preference. I know for sure my opinion will change once I start expanding my board collection ( someday when i get some more cash).
The main difference between women-specific and guy-specific boards is just the size. Often you'll find womens boards a little more narrow because of foot size.There are some other modifications because women have a lower center of gravity then men. The weight range is also a little lower.
|05-28-2008 11:31 AM|
Have you experience with riding a different board, even for a day orso? Then you can really compare, in my experience. I rode a month with my Burton Cruzer, and I thought it was completely over the top. Untill I bought a Rome Agent... Basicly I cannot say anything about this board now (the board itself is jumpaddicted, now I am too).
A more general question, what is the difference between boards for girls/man in difference. Aside from the availability in lenghts and graphics, is there something else?
|05-26-2008 04:19 PM|
My first board is a burton troop 155 ( no worries i am not a guy). This board has done everything I wanted it to do. I have been riding it the past two years and it withstood some pretty nasty falls. It's nice and bendy but not too much. The control I get is purely amazing. I find myself very comfortable on all terrain. However, the park ( it could just be me) is sometimes a challenge. The board is quite thin so getting those lucky breaks on rails doesn't happen often.
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