- Rock Steady flat camber profile (primarily flat with a subtle rocker rise just outside the inserts) is for the rider who wants a shape with more stability and pop than a full rocker but is still playful for the park
- Carbon stringers between contact points add pop but leave the nose and tail loose enough for buttering
- Ultra Thin Jib Core Profile is used to achieve a softer flex pattern by thinning the core in certain areas without sacrificing strength
- Custom Jib Edge detuning gives a park-specific makeover to the edges to remain hook-free in all the right places while still engaging for locked-in carving
- Power Tech Ultra Light Core uses lightweight poplar wood for pop and control and is crafted with reliable and evenly surfaced finger-joints
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Im asking the same question i did on the...
Im asking the same question i did on the LM pro model. Is this board a true twin? Cause i see some boards say true twin on t9 site and others just twin, i want to make sure tip and tail are exactly the same, none of that extended nose with same contact points, i want identical nose and tail, plz let me know thx!!
its the exact same, completely true twin on both!
I absolutelly hate rocker boards. i can...
I absolutelly hate rocker boards. i can never land tricks on them and they just feel too unstable and dead under my feet. I have never ridden a flat board, but i want to give it a try. would this be a good board to try? or should i look for something else. I ride all midwest street and park.
I rode a K2 Darkstar last year with flatline camber and I really liked it. It sounds like you'd probably be pretty happy with this board. It's really soft, so if you're strictly riding park and street it'll be perfect.