Stomp in the pow or punish street rails with the Santa Cruz Seth Huot pro model.
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Powder and Park Jumps No Longer a Problem
Seth's new board shape rocks. I rode the 155 last season for park and backcountry lines and was surprised just how versatile it is. I am almost 6 foot tall and weigh 170 so I was definitely impressed with its float on big landings and drops (before this board I rode a 159 directional for big mountain and a 54 in the park!) but was almost more impressed how comfy it feels on all park features too! Short and nimble enough for tight trees and spinning in and out of rails, but hauling @$* it performs like a bigger deck absorbing all the chatter and holding an edge for some serious indy grab euro-carving! The new nose shape just begs to be buttered, pressed, and nollied all day. (the 148 is a true twin with a softer flex for getting your jib on and is pretty sweet for the park and the rail garden, either shape works, get this board and you won't be disappointed!)