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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-28-2012, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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questions about Yes Big City and T Rice Pro

hey guys,
so im planning on picking up a new (2012) all-mountain board that's on sale right now and am considering the big city 162w or t.rice pro 161.5
im 6'1, ~170 lbs, size 12 salomon f22 footprint reduction boots
i plan on riding a pretty centered stance, with angles of 15 in the front but less duck in the back only like -6.

I've only ridden cambered profiles, so i have zero experience with c2btx or camrock, but i wanna try it cause my current board sucks in the powder, but i don't want to give up being able to bomb the groomers.
Im intermeditate/advanced, riding style is mammoth/tahoe trees, groomers when there isnt fresh snow, and very little park.
I'm worried the waist width on the Yes (257) might be too small and the T.Rice might be a little too stiff for me.
If anyone can put these concerns to rest I'd be happy to make the call based on graphics.
Any other recommendations welcome.

thanks in advance.
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the major difference is the camber profile. for powder, the yes will be better. i own two yes boards (rocker-camber-rocker) and have sold my never summer sticks (camber-rocker-camber, like the t. rice). i've become a huge yes fan because i feel their camber profile allows you to charge just as hard as the lib's or ns' but offers a hell of a lot more float.
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The T Rice is much more stiff.
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I use a T.Rice HP 157 as main stick (i olso own a Gnu Park Pickle, a Drake DF1 and i have access to several board, like Custom 156, Salmon Acid 151, PBJ and more). The Trice is a TORSIONALLY stiff board, and it's very stiff under the inserts, but stays quite "buttery" in the middle (in the banana section), this provides snappy pop and good grip on evil-ice but also allow to jib and recover a buried nose just "closing" your knees in pow!

I find the board quite confortable in every situation even being a small guy (63kg, 175 cm/ 140lbs and circa 5ft, 9boot size).

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