Forum The Deck - 2012

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Looking for an alternative from camber but rocker is too loose and wishy-washy and the hybrids just don’t cut the mustard. Well the Forum Deck with its bizarre camber profile with raised edges under the toe and heel of the bindings is an attempt to blend the loose feel of rocker with the response and edge hold of camber. The twin shaped Deck also features Swingers Club tips for a reduced swing weight and Booter Boosters carbon reinforcement for uber pop. This year the Deck has very cool graphics and an awesome blunted shape.

Manufacturer's Description:

Ready to rip, this deck offers Combo Platter profile for a skate-like ride through all parks. Combo Platter combines the pop and power of camber with the forgiving and playful ride of rocker into one powerful park machine. Lifting the edges underfoot up off the snow, Combo Platter eliminates edge catch while maintaining grip and control for life-changing park shredding. Ride it once, and you’ll be screaming “Me Gusta Forum.” Comprende, amigo?

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Medium cost $

Camber Construction.

Twin Shape.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 154, 157

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Profile: Combo Platter
Shape: Twin
Core: Gnar
Laminate: Biax
Base: FreeBase
Buttercup
Booter Boosters
Swingers Club
Flex 4

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What colour is powder?

Tre on January 03, 2012 at 04:32 AM

Board: 154cm Rider: 195lbs 5’11”.

Rides Ice surprisingly good, butters super easy, loose edge feeling but really grips when I got on edge. Lost pop prolly a little heavy for a 154 it was great locking in on rails and easy to press on the boxes.