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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-23-2010, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
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NS Heritage or K2 Turbo Dream

I'm waffling between these 2 boards and lookin for opinions to sway me one way or the other.
My Specs: 6' 190lbs sz 10.5 boots, 21 years riding
My Likes: rippin thru trees, steep n deep powder (when i can get at it), love jumping and spinning, not much park action but i have fun when I get to play in them.
I'm kinda expecting most people will vote for the Heritage, the NS technology and reviews are impressive but the Turbo Dream also looks like a very fun, playful board for my style and perhaps a little less aggressive than the Heritage. Thoughts?? Thanks!
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-23-2010, 07:16 PM
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a friend of mine has been riding the turbo dream wide the last two seasons and loves it. he just got a slayblade for this season though. FWIW the turbo dream seems to be a great board. I just bought a heritage x though...
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Both are sick boards, and though it doesn't help, know that you can't go wrong either way. Since you'll prob find better deals on the Turbo Dream, especially if you look for last year's, it might be the better buy. I've been steering one of my homies towards buying one too, since you can find last season's for low $300's brand new.

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BuMp! ... Well I'm still leaning towards the Heritage. How about size? I'm 6'-0", 188lbs. Between the 158 and 160 I'm thinking 160...
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