|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-19-2008 09:17 AM|
|vandal||cool thanks for the replies!|
|09-18-2008 07:15 PM|
|BurtonAvenger||All its going to do is allow the board to have the same flex and ride the same either way with a twin.|
|09-18-2008 01:23 PM|
|landonk5||A twin tip board would be ideal for riding switch but there's nothing that will keep you from riding switch well on a directional twin.|
|09-18-2008 09:25 AM|
awsome! so now i have a few names. Its just that the ones that i have found sofar have been purely freestyle boards (lol..noodle boards), which i know arent for me.
Overnight i got some suggestion from my buddy: rome's cheaptrick, atomic triarc, and k2's zeppelin .....any thoughts
Also, kind of a side question, is there a whole lot of difference btw twin and directional? cuz i can ride switch a little bit with my directional board...
|09-18-2008 01:22 AM|
I'd say either a Neversummer sl/evo RC, k2 darkstar/believer/jibpan, rome agent, Atomic Hatchet, or Capita mid life lost/stairmaster extreme.
I'd say anything from 152-155 would be good for you.
|09-17-2008 07:37 PM|
|vandal||well im around 155 pound and 5'10ish...and my current board is 156.|
|09-17-2008 07:20 PM|
|Ride_Capita||would be nice if you would include your height weight boot size where you ride and how often.|
|09-17-2008 04:58 PM|
A more flexible board...??
Hi, I'm begging for your advice. I've had a nitro team board (see attached) for 3-4 years now, but its ridiculously heavy and stiff. I doubt i will be into rails and boxes...however i am into jumps, and with my board it is difficult to maneuver.
So i dont even know what category to look into...