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I am thinking about getting one of these wondering if anybody can let me know if its a good board for park
 

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I haven't ridden it, but I got one for a friend last year and it seems really flexible. I'm sure it'd be a killer park board.
 

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Ok. I'm going to lay some knowledge on you c4mtb.
For park a twin is your best bet. Softer for rails stiffer for bigger jumps.

For powder. A directional is the winner. They're generally a specific shape fat nose skinnier tail. Sometimes spit tail. Etc.

Racing. Probably directional. Maybe a direction twin.stiffer with a good sidecut.

A quiver killer will not do exceedingly well in anything. It will have to suffer somewhere. I like the rook as a park board. It wouldn't be my first choice as a powder board. Nor a race board
 

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Rook for jumps and can handle high speed groomers.

Rook does well in Powder but is not great

Rook doe swell in Park riding (medium to small feats) but not great.
 
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