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post #74 of (permalink) Old 10-29-2012, 02:21 AM
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Originally Posted by lonerider View Post
It depends on what you want to do with it... I found it fine for blasting carve down slopes, but I found it a bit stiff for riding in the park. Here is a video of me riding it on some rails nearly (sorry for the poor video quality, was taken nearly a decade ago).

The biggest negative for the Donek Incline is that because of its narrow profile and stiff flex it is it absolutely terrible in powder (in my opinion).
Well, i got my NS Legacy now, and will be comparing to this board.
Dones is stiffer then NS.
I was told that my donek was made for 190 lbs, i'm 220-230. But: donek always on a stiffer side. Many people say this, so as you. And Incline was made for allmountain carving, and i'd use it for powder, no need in super stiff.
Narrow profile? Mine is 28cm waist =) It's wider and longer then Legacy. And i got almost no problems in pow.
Anyway, i'd check out this in a couple of weeks and then decide.
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