High quality for low-lifes.
- Traditional camber is tried, true, and ready to take on the mountain with power and pop that won't quit
- Twenty inserts for a wide-ass stance
- D-Twin is a directional twin stance (slightly longer nose) paired with twin stance, flex, and sidecut
- Armadillo Plate reinforcement places a diamond shaped extra layer of fiberglass around the inserts to avoid blowouts without changing the board's flex pattern
- Armorcore uses High Durable Construction, a process that injects glue into the core through integrated channels at the same time the board is pressed
- Snag-Free base is made without joints or die-cut graphics (which can slow a board down) and then is pressed with a temperature-control system to harden the base for added durability
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Im def looking at snagging this board but...
Im def looking at snagging this board but still need to know a lil more bout it....Im between this one, K2 WWW and Capita Stairmaster...im big on park and just cruising, how does this board handle out of the park? im 5'5 115lbs and im looking to get the 144 cause that size will help me in the park...any feedback is preciated
hows the control on this board at high speeds? and impacts?
i would go with a capita stair master, I've been on them since 2008 and I've never had any problems. i ride mine probably 40-50 percent park, 30 percent cruising groomers doing silly mess around butters and stuff and cutting through the trees, and 20-30 percent hauling ass and carving.
This is your board Mark. Camber and a medium stiffness keeps it stable at high speeds and impact. For the price, you're getting a lot of board. It's going to be more durable than the stairmaster and most boards in this same price range.
I'm 5'6" and 148lbs, I'm interested in the...
I'm 5'6" and 148lbs, I'm interested in the 148cm board. Looking to do easier spins, would this suitable for that?
The 148 could work for you but if it were me, I'd go with the 153 considering your height and weight. 148 would definitely be easier for spins but a 153 is going to be better for all condition riding.
go 148 no doubt unless you ride pow or hit 40+ foot jumps
Good Soft Park board
I love the soft, traditional camber board for the park. Especially for under $300 bucks. This is really fun for park laps and hammering on. Always count on Stepchild for a durable board even if it's a lower price.