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You know you want to get down

    The craft is awesome, the Gnar core keeps it durable so no matter how gnarly you girls get it will take the beating. If you want to get wild in the park, and you are thinking about training for the the Winter X-games, this the board you need. Really, it holds up and is snappy where you need it and soft enough for pressing.

    You know you want to get down

      The craft is awesome, the Gnar core keeps it durable so no matter how gnarly you girls get it will take the beating. If you want to get wild in the park, and you are thinking about training for the the Winter X-games, this the board you need. Really, it holds up and is snappy where you need it and soft enough for pressing.

      Hey I am looking at this board and wondering...

      Hey I am looking at this board and wondering if it is an all terrane board, I am probably going to be spending more time riding the slopes than in the park. Also what size is best for me 5 feet 4 in. and 130 lbs.

      I'm used to riding whole and really enjoy...

      I'm used to riding whole and really enjoy it but want to start getting into park so I was wondering what size I should get so it would be practical for both. I'm 5'8" and 140.

      I'm an intermediate in the park and love...

      I'm an intermediate in the park and love to ride the whole mountain as well so would this be a good board for this? And also if i'm 5'4 and 105 lbs. what size should i get of this board?

      I'm looking for a new snowboard to progress...

      I'm looking for a new snowboard to progress in park/jibbing. My current snowboard is a 151 with a flex rating of 7, and I feel like it's pretty difficult for me to flex, butter and whatnot. Awesome for bombing, carving, steeps, ice, pow, etc. but not great for much else. I'm wondering if this board would be good for me to work on more park/jib stuff but still be able to take it out and ride the mountain, get into some pow, have fun everywhere....or is too park specific for that? Basically, I'm looking for a softer, more flexible board that will still be pretty poppy and that I can have fun with everywhere while saving my other board for pow days/off piste excursions. I'm a woman, 5'4", 135 pounds, been riding for about 10 years, but just really getting into jibbing, buttering, getting my 180s solid and hopefully going further. Would the Forum Craft be good for me or what else should I be looking at?