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CK, do you consider it to be a pretty damp board?
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CK, do you consider it to be a pretty damp board?
Well I went from a Burton Custom X to the Hot Knife. So it is more damp than that, but I think its a great flex. Only issues I have now is sometimes hard to keep heelside edge, but I think thats more due to how I ride. I have ridden boards more damp and didn't like them.

But on a scale version if that is what your looking for, around 6-7 maybe?
I like it, its right where I like.
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Okay cool. I'm looking for something more damp than my T. Rice.
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Okay cool. I'm looking for something more damp than my T. Rice.
From what I hear the TRS is very close to the T. Rice but more damp. you might want to look into that.
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From what I hear the TRS is very close to the T. Rice but more damp. you might want to look into that.
No, quite many differences between the TRS and the T. Rice. Most important ones are that the T. Rice is wider and significantly stiffer (but there are a lot of others - different cores, different Magnetractions, different bases, different bevels, etc.).

As a result the T. Rice is more stable, has slightly better float, suits bigger footed riders, etc.
In contrast, the TRS is a lot more playful, agile/quicker edge-to-edge, turn-happy, etc.
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Wiredsport, did you get the skinny on the Brando by Lando? I can make out from the pic that it's C2. Is it just the regular Lando with a different graphic?
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Wiredsport, did you get the skinny on the Brando by Lando? I can make out from the pic that it's C2. Is it just the regular Lando with a different graphic?
Yes, C2. No mention of any changes.


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No, quite many differences between the TRS and the T. Rice. Most important ones are that the T. Rice is wider and significantly stiffer (but there are a lot of others - different cores, different Magnetractions, different bases, different bevels, etc.).

As a result the T. Rice is more stable, has slightly better float, suits bigger footed riders, etc.
In contrast, the TRS is a lot more playful, agile/quicker edge-to-edge, turn-happy, etc.

hktrdr,where were you when I posted this a fews days back? LOL

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...vs-t-rice.html

Didn't get much replies, but that is what I going off of.
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hktrdr,where were you when I posted this a fews days back? LOL

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...vs-t-rice.html

Didn't get much replies, but that is what I going off of.
Looks to me like people in that thread told you pretty much exactly the same about the boards' features as I did. Only things I added was the point about the bevel and then the riding characteristics.
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