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It’s tough to become a legend before you even turn 30, but when you get after the kind of treacherous shit that Aaron Biitner does on the streets, the status is well-deserved. Biitner’s pro model PBJ (Park Board for Jibbing) has a soft flex and rugged construction to help you keep your rail game tight whether you’re spinning laps in the park or staring down a double-kink over frozen concrete stairs.
- Seven Radius Sidecut combines multiple radii for effortless landings and turning power whether you�re riding regular or switch
- 64.20 Bi-Ax fiberglass for predictable, lasting pop and a rail-friendly flex
- Radius to Flat nose/tail construction makes pressing tricks more predictable, and gives you better flotation for landings in deep snow
- Stratus full poplar wood core combines pop, light weight, and impact resistance
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I LOVE this board its light, its soft, its good off jumps, it good in powder, this thing just rocks. if u want a park board that can still kill it in the back country and all over the mountain this is the board for u.
P.S. the base of this board is the shit too as in all DC boards their Bases are top of the line and not what u see in most boards till u get in to the 6 or 7 hundred dollar price range this board is the the shit
I ride mostly boxes and rails but i still...
I ride mostly boxes and rails but i still need room to learn back fives, and threes off resonably big jumps, i'm kinda bad at presses cause i'm skinny (so i wanna soft board that will be soft for my weight) so is this board good for what i'm looking for and if not maybe could someone recomend a board that is? I know it's a lot but i dunno so plz answer...
NeverSummer Evo-R! If you like park but want to be able to stomp 5s out off park jumps or kickers this is it... Never Summer boards are amazing, durable, and made in the US!!!
is the 153 going to be ok for as im 5'11''...
is the 153 going to be ok for as im 5'11'' & about 170 pound with a 10.5 size boot???
how is this board for jumping? will it...
how is this board for jumping? will it make the landings sketchy? I was thinkn of getting this one or the DC BDR but I kinda wanted something softer then the BDR. I ride mostly park, im more into jumps then rails but Im getting into hitn rails to.
This board is great, so good for presses and jibbing.
On the jumps to is it super good, stabil and smooth.
Yesterday it dumped like 3 feet with snow, and i tested it and it was amazing. Floated very good.
Best board i have ever ridden.
Looking forward to ride it tomorrow.
How will this board work for me? I mainly...
How will this board work for me? I mainly like to board strickly in terrain parks but i have the occasional trips out to montana or colorado to hit up some narly powder...will this board be a good choice?
What's up Coop... Biitner's board is probably right up your alley. It does best in the park and on the streets but just set the stance back a bit on your trips to bigger mountains and you'll rip it up like whoa. If you're primarily a park rider you'll be stoked.
Is there a difference between the DC PBJ...
Is there a difference between the DC PBJ Biittner and the normal DC PBJ 153, in the sidebar it says the base of the biittner is TRUE OPTIC and on the pbj its different and they both says stratus core, but its seems that the biittner may be only poplar no carbon and kevlar like the other boards? is it just me or are they different?
What is TRUE OPTIC?
well, what is that true optic crap?? i have the same question as im debating on the normal or the bittner?
its the same board different graphic