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  1. New freestyle board

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    Yes, but since I want to size down a bit, I would be on the upper end of a weight range, therefore it will be even softer and with less pop I suppose. I have always thought that it is more a jibbing board.
  2. New freestyle board

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    OK, thank you for your input. I just contacted the nearest Burton test center and they said that unfortunately they don’t have the Paramount 155 on stock for testing but they have the Custom 156, which is similar waist wise I guess, so I will try that one.
  3. New freestyle board

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    oh darn it :unsure: yes, I would use it mainly for a park riding but I usually never spend the whole day in the park. I usually bomb the groomers 2 or 3 times to warm myself in the morning and then a few lazy ones in the afternoon - just to play around a bit. What are yours stance angles if I...
  4. New freestyle board

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    Do you think that the 155 would be that narrow? I read somewhere that it is slightly wider then other boards. Also the Burton boots have reduced footprint so I think it should be ok. But yeah, I am not attempting to lay down some hard euro carves . Yes, I have checked their webpage, and the...
  5. New freestyle board

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    Yes, I am familiar with thise two brands but the problem is that it is really hard to find them here in EU. I have thought about custom and free thinker but I am afraid they will be a little to aggressive for me. But on the other hand, the Process would be to soft I think. So something in...
  6. New freestyle board

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    I am looking for a new freestyle deck. I already have burtons bindings so it needs to be a burton board. I am around 172 lbs and 10.5 US burton boot. I am not a jibber so something more jumps oriented. I want to use it to progress in a park riding so something with a good pop. I want to size...
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