nitro swindle... all flat. similar to www
Get Ultrafear or Indoor Survival/Outdoor Living if youre budget concious.They are way more versataile than WWWHey guys. Winter is approaching and I'm looking for a new board. I've had a 147 K2 WWW the last couple seasons and it's seen better days. I really liked the WWW but I want to try something new. I'm 5'10", about 135 lbs, and have size 10 boots, so I should be fine without a wide. I was thinking maybe a 151 for length? I liked how playful the WWW was but I want something that would be a little bit more stable for jumps, but still mostly for rails. After some looking around I have taken a liking to the Capita Ultrafear FK. From what I read it is a little bit stiffer than the WWW so it would be more stable and have better pop, and since it is flat with rocker instead of just rocker (like the WWW) it would have better edge hold. Does this seem like it would be a good board for me? Are there any other boards that you guys would recommend? I also was looking at some camber boards but I'm cautious to go back after riding rocker for so long. Thanks in advance for any help!
How do you like the tbt? I read that some people love it but others hate it. Is it easier to catch edges on the parkbaord than a rocker board? I'm just afraid of getting something so different than what I'm used to.Lobster parkbaord...tbt has a lot of the pros of rocker. The parkbaord is soft but not a total noodle.
I felt very comfortable hitting larger kickers on mine. It its camber but soft enough that it it's easy to press through the camber still
How does that compare to the Capita Indoor Survival? I found the 2013 model for $280. Would a 152 be a good size for me?Signal Park flat is the only thing that comes to mind.
Here's the link I'm looking atWel it fits what your looking for but the last requirement you gave was a sintered base and the Indoor is extruded.
152 is good.
Alright awesome. So you think it would be good then?Yeah I think the older models were sintered