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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-25-2009, 09:40 PM
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Looking at getting one these in the 155. What I want to know is how it performs over the rest of the mountain, as I know it excels in the park. Will it go ok in the pow?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-26-2009, 03:28 AM
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it will go like any other cambered true twin

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i have an older DH and its a great board but get chattery when bombing it.

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I have an 07/08 dh 155 and its great in park but pretty wack as an all-mountain board(its not an all-mountain board). Jibbing, good flex, forgiving on landings, etc but I'm looking to get either a K2 WWW or a Lib Tech Skate Banana for my park board and maybe a Burton custom or custom x for my all-around... Anyways good luck shopping!
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I also have an 07/08 DH. It was my beginner board, and was great for that purpose. But even at my intermediate level it stopped cutting it as an all mountain board. It got bounced around pretty good when the snow got even a little choppy.
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Thanks for the feedback guys!

Looking at the society now as its a little more stiff. Any other suggestions?

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