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need help deciding between these two boards

I am 5'10 170 pounds 90 percent freeride and mostly groomers unless there happens to be a good dump while I am on one of my trips.

I cant decide between the burton sherlock or the t-rice c2 btx. I had a trs btx from 09 and liked it so I was thinking the t-rice is the way to go but I heard some great things about the sherlock.

The bindings don't matter I was going to get burton c02's so I could either get the est or non est when I buy them.

What do you guys think? Anyone ridden both of them?
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No opinions yet? I have a coupon that expires at midnight. Need to make a decision fast.
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sherlock is one of few burton boards i actually like but these two boards are in different classes. there is no comparison and should be a no brainer
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Just to clarify, your decision would be the t.rice?

I ended up ordering the T.rice 157 with horsepower just because I heard the horsepower version is just a tad softer and with my coupon I was able to get it for the price of the normal t.rice.
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Just to clarify, your decision would be the t.rice?

I ended up ordering the T.rice 157 with horsepower just because I heard the horsepower version is just a tad softer and with my coupon I was able to get it for the price of the normal t.rice.
that is a great deal. you wil not regret it!
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