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Taos, New Mexico

Laura T's Passions

Road Running
Fly Fishing
Trail Running
Sport Climbing

Laura T's Bio

Originally from north Idaho, but I've lived and travelled all over the west. Career trail worker/conservationist.


Laura wrote an answer about on April 17, 2014

This board would probably work pretty well for you with the level that you're at. It's not super poppy or flexible like a true park board, but also not mega stiff. I don't see how it would limit you other than the fact that it is slightly directional, meaning riding switch will be a little tougher if that's something that you'd like to have the option of doing.




Laura wrote an answer about on April 10, 2014

You will probably notice the stance setback if you ride it switch, and Never Summer boards are not really meant for much park riding because they are so stiff and don't have much pop. On icy conditions though, this board will definitely be solid.




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