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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-31-2009, 02:26 PM
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im trying to deside between the normal www and the www rocked. i want a really nice butter board, but something i can still ride. i live up in the east of canada where our snow is really pressed. i want the www rocked but i wanna make sure it can stick.

if the normal www is loose enough id just get that instead i just wanna really nice soft flex with something that can still stick, and i know the rocked flex is extream.

help me out im thinking the normal www but i wanna make sure its very loose but ridable, yall know?

if you know anything about the two id love to hear it cus i have even got to touch the boards.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-31-2009, 07:50 PM
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i have a www rocker and i love it. the rocker is fairly light. It almost looks like it is just flat. It butters very easily. i just put pressure on my front foot and oh my i just did a 720 nose butter. It's that easy. Seeing as your snow is hardpack, You may want to get the normal one because I noticed mine gets a little squirly on ice
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I have a Sub Pop which I can pretty close to garauntee is softer than the WWW-R. I can ride it everywear. what I recommend you do is just upsize and get the rocker. Whatever you were thinking of getting, just get the size above that. Thats the beauty of rocker.

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thanks for the postins

oh my i just did a 720 nose butter, i laughed when i read that. does anyone have the normal www i wanna make sure the flex is still really loose, compaired to my burton twin.
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Truly it's a great board. one of my favorite features is that the top sheet is ptex so the colors are really flat and it doesn't chip, but around the edges you get little curly pieces if you get what I'm trying to say
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I heard the rocker is very small and not really noticable. (So both probably ride about the same)
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