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Wondering about the Never Summer Heritage 2012 vs 2013

For the 2012,

-Is it a true twin, slightly twin, or directional?
-Is there any setback whatsoever in the inserts?
-How much more stiffer is it compared to the SL in real life? Is the Heritage really that flexible based on the chart info (SL is 5 yet Heritage is only 5.5)?
-I notice the SL is actually more freestyle oriented than the Heritage, yet it actually has an almost twin shape and slight setback (which is what I want). I'm hoping the Heritage is similar.


For the 2013,

Are there any new features going on it, or spec changes?

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