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Thread: Baker vs real

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    Default Baker vs real

    What decks do you prefer and why?

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    I like both.
    skate or die g times

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    Real. Cause real is the real deal.
    I am a huuuuge Baker fan, Reynolds is my fav skater. But Real boards are just so good!

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    REAL
    Then Flip > Baker

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    Real for durability, baker for a sick looking deck.

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    real or any dlx boards, nice shape , nice concave and they last

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    real lowkey has the best shape and quality

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    Real boards for sure, the one I just finished skating was amazing. I've had four bakers and all of them had chipping problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhorik View Post
    Real boards for sure, the one I just finished skating was amazing. I've had four bakers and all of them had chipping problems
    Nice man! what board did you ride? I've been looking at so many different shapes and whatnot. Thinking about grabbing a deck for my birthday that's coming up and don't know if I should get a twin tail, low pro or a Busenitz pro model.

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    i did some of my best skating with a real deck, this thread makes me want to get one again
    Quote Originally Posted by DontHateJustSkate View Post
    fucking old people so quick to judge but so slow to walk

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    Real is good quality wood with good pop and decent durability.

    The nose and tail don't have much concave.... Pretty flat board

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