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Lib Tech TRS Slim or Forum Doubledog Destroyer

Hey all,
I'l looking for a all terrain freestyle board. For more all mountain stuff I have a ride antic. My boot size is 7.5-8, so I want a 245ish waist width. The TRS Slim and Doubledog Destroyer both look like what I want. Has anyone ridden either or both and would like to give some feedback?
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Hey all,
I'l looking for a all terrain freestyle board. For more all mountain stuff I have a ride antic. My boot size is 7.5-8, so I want a 245ish waist width. The TRS Slim and Doubledog Destroyer both look like what I want. Has anyone ridden either or both and would like to give some feedback?
Check out the NS evo. I have the same boot size.
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Check out the NS evo. I have the same boot size.
God damn. Now my choice becomes even more difficult.
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First off how much do you weigh?

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That thing I do to escape the world and have fun with my friends
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I'll toss this one in there too.... Just got it for my sons all mtn board, I've ridden their kt22 for years with over 100 days on both of them and they are rock solid boards. I'd recommend the kt22 for you but it's a stiffer board, if your over 180lbs you should do the stiffer one though....

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Sorry I forgot to include that I'm 155 lbs and 5'7".
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I have a Forum Bully & am really liking the Doubledog profile. Coming from a very stiff camber board, the hybrid profile took a few runs to get used to, but now that I've had 2 days on it I love it. It's going to be the only board I ride for the rest of the season (unless conditions require otherwise). I'm 5'11 & 155lbs, riding the 155. Thought about the Destroyer, but it was kinda out of my price range & I got a sick deal on my Bully DD.
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