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If you do not have the ability to build a quiver of boards and want a board that performs in all conditions then this is the board for you. Yes this board is a twin but it is very versatile and will tackle what ever you can through at it - and here is why:
The low rize rocker will keep you floating in the deepest of pow yet makes it very forgiving which is good for buttering and playing around.
The carbon array 3 makes the board plenty responsive edge to edge and keeps the machete plenty stable through the chop and slop as well at high speed.
Pop-rods give the board additional ollie/nollie pop without adding additional stiffness to the flex of the board.
Slimewalls really dampen the ride and when paired with the thicker edge it makes the sidewall super durable which is nice if your hitting rails/boxes or clip a rock/stump.
"Machete" it cuts through everything!
I am a huge fan of the Buckwild and it's been a popular board among the team riders, if it's good enough for them it's definitely good enough for me. I have found this board to be the perfect all around board for me. It's plenty stable at speeds due to the carbon array 3 yet I can still press it on rails/boxes with ease. The pro-rize make the board flat essentially which makes it real forgiving but due to the pop rods it doesn't sacrifice any nollie/ollie pop. Overall this board is super fun and performs in so many conditions (pipe,park,chinese downhill) without flinching at all.