Yes they are likely a lot thinner than other stiff carbon boards, but the really unique feature is the multiple lengthwise carbon stringers connecting deck and bottom laminates. With those stringers Bro can make the board really quite stiff without having to increase the thickness of the foam core or go heavy on the top and bottom laminates. Light weight AND stiff, at least as stiff as the intended riding style demands.Frank82 wrote: The board also seems really thin and probably quite flexy.
jwoodunlv wrote:. If you buy a board that has a wood core, you just bought a pretty piece of plywood. If you get a chance, try out a bro. Bring money because you'll probably buy one.
I would say the guys at Bro know their boards better than anyone. Tell them what kind of ride you want plus all the other details, and they should know what shape and features will be a best fit.SalmonSlayer wrote:Any opinions on the hybrid?
Have heard ( but not seen any data to support it ) that a wood core has much better damping characteristics compared to PVC foams like Divinycell or Klegecell. Wonder if Bro have ever built a multiple-stringer board with a lighter wood core ?plummet wrote: Wood core boards are far more resilient to impact restistance, far stronger and heavier....
Also difference core materials have different flex patterns. Writing off all other cores except foam shows ignorance.
ThxGregK wrote:I would say the guys at Bro know their boards better than anyone. Tell them what kind of ride you want plus all the other details, and they should know what shape and features will be a best fit.SalmonSlayer wrote:Any opinions on the hybrid?
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