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post #10 of (permalink) Old 02-03-2012, 05:34 AM
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I rode a friend's BSOD and didn't think it performed to its reputation. I ride a Salomon Man's Board and it matches up with what you are looking for pretty well albeit a bit on the stiff side. Fast, rock solid, super damp ride that has handled a ton of really shitty conditions this year very well. Got on some decent snow up at Stowe but have not had a chance to check it out on real pow (hoping that changes with trips to SLC and CO coming up). It has a rockered nose and tail and is a directional twin with cork and bamboo side walls that in theory help further dampen the ride.

Edit: Post coffee realize you also said wide, I think at 11.5 you would be close on the 159, but totally fine at the sizes above that.

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