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Originally Posted by Veccster View Post
Again, I realize the tech has changed but how does your board hold up on high speed groomers?
my bad, I thought I mentioned that...

On the legacy, I can ride faster than anyone I know, the base is really fast. I'm sure this has only gotten better on the newer models. It's nice and damp, holds up awesome at speed - I never feel unstable, washy, etc. - and I don't think I'll ever find another board with the stop-on-a-dime braking power of this one.


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