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HELP! Never summer SL or arbor wasteland?

Going to Coloradao for the first time in 2 weeks and want to take 2 boards.. I am taking my T. Rice for sure but am stuck on which of the other 2. I had a burton custom x and took it on a 3 day trip with my wife and hated it... Went to a shop and heard good things about the never summer SL so I got one Saturday night before they closed and rode it Sunday...OMG!!!! Love it ..
I can haul straight ass on that wasteland but like riding and doing a little buttering on the SL and still was going pretty fast but couldn't push it because of the crowds.

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Forgot to mention that I liked it so much I just got my wife the infinity today.:
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The t-rice is a good hauling ass board and the SL will be a little softer but better for powder as I think it has some setback right?

Dude, suckin at somethin' is just the first step to bein' sorta good at somethin'

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The t-rice is a good hauling ass board and the SL will be a little softer but better for powder as I think it has some setback right?
Yes it does
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