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Nice, solid jib/freeride board

    My stick of choice for the last 3 seasons has been the Gnu Danny Kass so I can't help but compare the 2. I was forced into buying this board from location but was pleasantly surprised. Both my Gnu's and This one Are 153, and are fairly similar. Both nice to ride around the park, do laps all over piste and (as long as your back leg is phat) holds it's own in pow, I have ridden 7th in Whis in balls deep. I'm 6'2" and am a firm believer that you can drop 5cm if you go reverse camber which makes freeriding more free! If you like the park but also want an all round shred stick...sick board! But if you don't mind spending a few extra go the Kass, it slays!

    BEST BOARD I HAVE EVER HAD

      I have had many boards in my day but this one takes the cake. Its soft witch makes it fun for pressing and jibbing rails and boxes. It also has a small carbon string going right down the center of the board witch gives it good pop and helps it keep you on top of some pow pow when u get the chance to take this thing out of the park. When it gets in powder it can hold its own for the once in a while powder rider but if you are a more frequent powder rider or you just arnt in the park much it really isnt for you and i would look more at the MLF. But if you love to ride park and do everthing in the park this is the board for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! btw i have last years but i think that they have the same tech in them... hope i helped

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      Write your question here...hey guys just...

      Write your question here...hey guys just wondering I bought this board today and thinking about getting some Burton red and white freestyle bindings to go wih it do you guys think it will look stupid?

      Is this board good for anything from 5 to...

      Is this board good for anything from 5 to 60 foot jumps. i am 115lbs and 5'8" and spin 7's and 9's and rodeos over 60 footers
      wat i am trying to say is that is this board good for big jumps like 60 footers
      just need some help thanks
      leif

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      I am 6ft tall and 150lbs, I want a board...

      I am 6ft tall and 150lbs, I want a board smaller than my last(157) for better controll. My boot is an 11 too. Is this board to small?

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      is this bard good for throwing down 7's...

      is this bard good for throwing down 7's and 9's over 60 foot booters,
      how does it handle
      is it stable on landings
      not like you land on yr nose or tail and you slide out alot
      and im 110 -115 lbs so would this be good for those tricks
      thanks

      Unanswered Question

      is this bard good for throwing down 7's...

      is this bard good for throwing down 7's and 9's over 60 foot booters,
      how does it handle
      is it stable on landings
      not like you land on yr nose or tail and you slide out alot
      and im 110 -115 lbs so would this be good for those tricks
      thanks

      the web site says 5 out of 10 for stiffness...

      the web site says 5 out of 10 for stiffness good for jumps 60 foot jumps

      wast the stiffness 1 being the softess and...

      wast the stiffness 1 being the softess and 10 being the stiifest

      i don't give a damn what the site says... they just are just saying according to the DC scale the Core is a 5 it is more of a 3 maybe 4 when you count in the reverse camber in to it because it makes it way easier to jib with... hope that helped

      so good for 0-70 foot booters, like is it...

      so good for 0-70 foot booters, like is it stable on landings and in the air and take offs?

      Well I have never hit a 70 footers but I hit 60's all day and im sure they cant be too different so yea it is stable on the landing and it has tones of pop coming off the lip and in the air it is easy to control and with all the stance options you can set it up how ever you like it.

      Well I have never hit a 70 footers but I hit 60's all day and im sure they cant be too different so yea it is stable on the landing and it has tones of pop coming off the lip and in the air it is easy to control and with all the stance options you can set it up how ever you like it.

      as some people have said that they have...

      as some people have said that they have landed slighty on the nose and broke. idk about it being stronge so as for other people to answer is it a strong board or does it break easy
      do note i way 115lbs

      they must be fat asses because im 160lbs and i spin switch 7s and land on the nose with all my weight and i am still riding it this season sooo that should say how strong this board is and i also love to do presses and jibs all the time so its a vary strong board it has a carbon stringer down the center of the board witch adds a lot strength and pop to the board!!!!!

      hey is this board good for 20 to 60 foot...

      hey
      is this board good for 20 to 60 foot booters in the park. like its not to soft that if i land a little on the tail i wont slide out
      wat im trying to say is it stable on 20to 60 foot booters

      I have this board, and its not soft at all so its great in the air. But saying that I landed VERY SLIGHTLY nose heavy on a 30ft and it cracked the core. The top sheet also cracked in another spot, and finally the tail completely snapped off after about 2 months of riding.
      I seriously wouldnt buy a DC. Get a K2 or Step Child if you want a good jump board...