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I absolutely love everything about the crush. The board handles everything thing i can throw at it. I ride the whole mountain like it's a park and when i'm not playing on something i'm charging down the hill to get to the next lil' feature. It's sweet that the crush is soft enough to press the crap out of but it doesn't get washy at higher speeds. I ride alot of rails too and still have yet to crack an edge (almost un heard of)due to the cleave edge and the tapered tip and tail combined with the membrain topsheet make it so easy to spin/noodle out of everything. The fusion base and slimewalls put my mind to ease. i don't have worry about the durability of the board for when i don't land the way i want or from sliding so many rails. It's built like a tank but way lighter. If you like messing around in and outside the park and smiling all the way down the hill then this is board for you


hey pat,
i'm in the same boat as you with the size 11 boot. I ride the crush just because i like the fact that it's more of a mid wide board. They also offer the machete in wide sizes as well which is cool and it has the same shape as the crush but its a bit stiffer due to the carbon array3. i can get away with riding the crush without it being to soft because i'm kinda scrawny(175lbs). I would say if you are weighing in more than that go with the machete, if under go crush. Either way i don't think either board will disapoint