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Join Date: May 2010
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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As a rule of thumb, if you hold the board up so that the graphics are "right side up", the tail is on the ground and the nose is in the air. For a directional board, the nose will be longer than the tail if you measure from the binding holes to the tips and the curve of the board will be optimized for carving 'forward'. For a directional twin, the holes will be centered, but the curve is optimized for one direction. For a true twin, it's just the graphics.
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