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Lightbulb TRS C2 vs NS Legacy

Ok, I'm about 165 lbs, 6'2 and wear size 12 boots. Mostly a all-mountain/free ride with some free style here and there. I'm out of shape and used a 154 TRS 08/09 board last season and really enjoyed it(I'm increasing it to 157 or a 156midwide to hopefully stabilize the board at higher speeds, almost want to stick to the 154), I didn't notice toe drag but I'm not sure how deep i was carving. End the end, it was stolen and need a new board for this year. Already picked up some cheap new 07/08 Ride Alpha MVMNT Snowboard Bindings.

I have been debating between the C2 TRS and Neversummer Legacy boards. Mostly because I don't know how much different the mid-wide board will differ and the difference between the rockers and camber.


TRS C2 - 157

6 Affective Edges - Magna traction
Rocker between the Bindings
Camber under the bindings

Size 157
Effective Edge(cm): 117
Tip/Tail Width(cm): 29.3
Waist Width(cm): 25.3

Never Summer Legacy - 156

Mid-Wide board
Vario Power Grip
Rocker from binding to binding (is it in the very center at all or flat and just under the bindings?)
Camber on the outside of the bindings

Size 156
Waist 26.1
Edge 121
Tip/Tail 30.5

I've heard the NS boards weigh more then most (not sure if this will be a problem, especially since I am getting a bigger board) but they are made better.

The flex is a bit different and I don't know how much and how much this will affect me.

Does anyone have weigh specs for these boards?

Will the rocker/camber make much of a difference?

Any other things I may have missed? or thoughts?

Last edited by CodeRed; 08-28-2010 at 01:30 AM.
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