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sierra crew - directional board

There's good review on the sierra crew but I noticed it is a directional board. What happens if I want to ride switch down the road or end going tail end down the mtn?
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nothing. its probably very minimal set back. you dont have to worry about being slammed to the ground if you get turned around. the nose and tail might be differently flexed too, nose may be a little flexier than the tail or vice versa. that should be a really good versitle board.
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sierra crew is a burton custom

THERE ARE SPECIFIC REASONS AS TO WHY I AM MORE LOCAL THAN YOU

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sierra crew is a burton custom
I think I heard somewhere that it was a 2008 version basically?
Not totally sure, so don't hold me on that.

But I agree with the other posters. My Ride Control is a directional board and I can still ride switch when I want.
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