Based off the marketing the Pentaquazoider sounds like it’s from those guys from Harold and Kumar that are EXTREME!!!!!
honestly that’s what is keeping me off this board, I dont like to switch out mid day and I always end up riding with the afternoon crowd. So it’s probably back to the Sims for me.I had to retire the Penta around 11. The slopes were too crowded and I couldn't make myself ride it any less aggressively.
How does it ride like a longer board? 121cm of EE is about right for a carving board in 158, identical to my Sims. Its also not really that wide. 26 waist with 306 nose and 303 tail is within what I'd call normal these days. You can skid turns on any board. Seems like it must be the antiphase that adds the sparkle, but again my Sims dampens vibrations with the best of them.It rides like a longer board, it has a ton of camber, it is very wide but it doesn't chatter and vibrate like most because of antiphase. It can actually go off piste and skid turns if necessary. Lots of reasons.
Yea but again the sidecuts are within .5 meters. Like everything else, within .5 of the unit of measure. Obviously I cant speak for the flex. I imagine it turns a little harder grips a little better and pops a little harder. Which would go unnoticed individually but be noticeable as a combination.I don't think Amplid lists effective edge. They have running length if I'm not mistaken. But flex and sidecut makes a lot of difference, right?
Honestly, you took the post right out of my keyboard!Paging @WigMar
I'd think a CR would be a better comparisonwould totally get a Pentaquark, preferably on sale, if I didn’t already have enough boards that filled the groomer slot.
I don’t think comparing a Tranny Finder to a Pentaquark is totally fair though.