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Good luck breaking this Circuit.

The Circuit Snowboard hooks up Never Summer's legendary damp, durable ride at a price that won't break the bank. The versatile freestyle shape will take you from park laps to backcountry missions without missing a beat, while the hybrid-camber RC shape and moderate flex offer a forgiving feel that won't back down from serious speed. Best of all, it's backed by the same three-year warranty as the rest of Never Summer's boards for season after season of bombproof progression.
  • RC (Rocker & Camber) hybrid shape puts rocker between your feet with camber just outside binding zones to combine catch-free landings, pow float, and edge grip
  • Full wood core offers reliable pop and resists impact damage
  • Sintered P-Tex sidewalls offer insane impact resistance
  • Rubber Damping System reduces vibration and impact

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Would last years Circuit R be good for me?...

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Would last years Circuit R be good for me? I found a 155 for like $120. Im 5-9 167lbs. Live in Chicago. Im looking for a park board thats soft but snappy, I need to taking it down the groomers too. I know this wouldnt be ideal for all mountain but since I live in the Midwest and will really only be on greens and blues mostly I figure it will be ok. Im still learning right now. It says directional twin, I ride alot of switch. How diff is the nose and tail? Im coming from an 08 Eddie Wall Destroyer 156. How different do you think these will be. Im pumped about the RC, im interested in seeing the difference in my progression between the camber shapes.

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Can anyone help me out?