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it sounds like its only for freestyle, but is it good for pow, trees, and groomers?
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The shape of the base is actually more conduscive to riding pow. The thing is finding one that isn't so soft it just folds.


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oh ok, do u know if a lib-tech t.rice is soft
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its solid, not too soft, not too stiff.

If you want an allmountain for pow also, try the BTX TRS

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The T.Rice flex varies between the sizes.


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The T.Rice flex varies between the sizes.
oh well im about 5'7" and 125lbs and so i was thinking about the 157, so would that be stiff enough?


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its solid, not too soft, not too stiff.

If you want an allmountain for pow also, try the BTX TRS
i thought the trs leaned more toward the park side where the t.rice leaned more toward pow?
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The 57 is going to be a bit past mid flex but has the blunted tips on it so pow can pile up on the nose.


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so do u think the trs would be better suited?
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