|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-15-2013 09:30 PM|
|Matt578||Okay. I did want to try a reverse camber board but if the camber version is the more solid board then I'll go for that.|
|01-14-2013 11:07 PM|
Mark Sollors rides the sherlock in pow and the cambered process for park.
Like the other guy said: it's fun to try a bunch of boards every year. Camber is better but if you really want to try the flying v then go for it
|01-14-2013 10:05 PM|
|Matt578||No, but it was much too big for me, and I did sell it. Now I need to figure out which board is right for me; is a "3" flex rating of the flying v vs the "4" of the cambered model a big difference? Which one would suit my needs better?|
|01-13-2013 06:31 PM|
So did you ever actually ride your Sherlock before you sold it? If so, the Process FV will be similar. I've ridden both, and owned a Sherlock for a short time before I went back to my cambered Supermodel. I'm in the minority, but I personally don't really like the Flying V profile...much prefer something like the Rossi Magtek for a hybrid.
Only one way to tell if you like it though. It's kind of fun to buy and sell a pile of boards before you figure out what you like, but demos are cheaper.
|01-12-2013 10:15 PM|
|Matt578||Should I get the camber version or the flying v? I really want to try the flying v, but I've been riding camber my whole life. I also want to learn park, but I also want the control for going fast on steeper trails.|
|12-28-2012 04:23 PM|
|bseracka||at 160 and 40% park the 157 is probably longer than you want.|
|12-28-2012 01:59 PM|
11-12 Process or 12-13 Process?
I just sold my board, and I want to get either the Camber Process or the Flying V Process, but I'm not sure which one will be better for me. I ride park when I go to my local hill, but anywhere else I mainly cruise.