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So put 4 hours on my Heritage pushed the base through the topsheet. Board was fucking fun till I drilled that rock.


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So put 4 hours on my Heritage pushed the base through the topsheet. Board was fucking fun till I drilled that rock.
Bad snow out there too ehh?

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Bad snow out there too ehh?
Fuck no it was 3.5 feet deep and the rope just dropped.


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I've been trying to decide between a Heritage and a Legacy. Didn't want to go all the way to the 163 for me, but felt the 159 was too small? I'm 200 lbs, size 13 boots. Currently ride a 161 Bataleon Goliath. Ride groomers mostly, a few jumps and such, but not really any park. Any thoughts?
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I'm anywhere from 200-210 and ride a Heritage 165 as my all mountain board so you should be good on a 163. Its really not all that much difference, 161 -> 163 so you should be fine, especially with the RC.
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So if im 185 will a 2010 158 heritage work?
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Yeah, you should be fine with either a 158 or 160. I'm about your size and ride a 160.
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Of NS' entire 2011 lineup, the Heritage-R is the one I want the most. I think it's often overlooked, and not as widely available, which is why most people (including myself) wanted a Premier F1-R. Since I'm not a CO native though, I'm not too keen on rocking a CO flag, so we'll see. As far as the tech, it's the same as Mervin's C2, but NS boards are heavier and also more damp. They do a better job of absorbing chatter and soaking up choppy conditions, while Mervin boards are lighter and tend to feel a little more skittish at high speeds in those conditions.

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I've been switching between the 2010 F1 59, 2011 Raptor 59 and 2011 Heritage 58.

I love the Heritage... it's playful but hauls when you need it to... flex is great as an all mtn board. The Carbonium series are way lighter. I prefer the Heritage of the 3, because it's just more versatile. you can take the heritage to the park if you want, rip grooms, float in powder. it's a great board.

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yeah man the heritage is deffinetly the board i will be shredding with next season. Ill be the only person in my crew on a NS next season everybody i know sticks to K2, burton and mervin products.


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