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post #20 of (permalink) Old 12-20-2013, 10:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Nivek View Post
Apparently I need to ride an Antler cause that is not remotely the impression Burton gives not what it's tech or position in the line suggests.
You should go for a spin. I own a Sherlock, and demo'd an antler, definitely softer, at least last year. Had a long conversation with an instructor on my local hill, his view was that his Antler was a very flexible board, matched my impression. So between my own demo and that conversation I say it's a pretty soft board.

It's a bit strange, all that carbon means a lot of potential for a light stiff board but it's a high tech board that's not oriented towards stiffness.
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