The softer of the two 2011 Automaton releases, the Manimal is a twin park ride with a wider waist and longer sidecut radius for run-in stability and catch free take-offs. If you’re looking for a medium/soft flexing board to get creative in the park, check out the Automaton Manimal and support Automaton owner and current king of controversy Brenton Woo on his one man crusade to jam a snowboard shaped stick into the spokes of the snowboard industry.
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The Automaton Babble is the more all mountain versatile sibling of the Manimal. With a narrower waist, tighter sidecut radius, triaxial glass laminates and a directional twin shape the Babble will respond better to aggressive riding, and should work in all types of snow conditions.
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