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I miss my old Burton T6 cambered for laying down huge technical high speed face scraping carves on hard packed days but it was twitchy and not beginner or end of day leg tired\intoxicated friendly that and now that were in UT my rocker owns the deep.....won't ever be going back to reg ol cambered.

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I miss my old Burton T6 cambered for laying down huge technical high speed face scraping carves on hard packed days but it was twitchy and not beginner or end of day leg tired\intoxicated friendly that and now that were in UT my rocker owns the deep.....won't ever be going back to reg ol cambered.
Anyone who gives up on a T series is a pussy!!!

For me boarding is a workout, so my legs should be in shape to handle a long day on a stiff board. I ride my T7 off-piste all the time and love it!

Camber lovers unite...
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