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Ride DH2.2 - Heavy?

I was at a shop the other day checking out a Ride DH2.2 and it seemed really heavy - like boat anchor heavy!

The board was only a 155 and had a pair of Nitranes mounted, but it felt way heavier than my setup - 158 Slayblade w/ Nitranes.

Anyone else notice this too? I thought the Membrain topsheet on the Ride was supposed to make it lighter?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-05-2010, 03:52 PM
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i wouldn't consider it heavy. my ride dh 10 was lighter than a capita. maybe the slayblade is really light


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Hit the gym and sack up that deck is light.


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lmao at above

deck is light


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