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Gnu A.S.S. Pickle tech vs Pickle tech

Is the only difference between the two the nose and tail shapes?

It seems like they're essentially the same technologies to me, just that A.S.S. extends the pickle shape past the contact points on the heel side and actually re-shape the tip and tail as well.

Is there anything else that differentiates the two?
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the core is asym as well, heel side is softer than toe

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The asym flexing core is on both.

The only difference is the heelside on ASS is deeper AND longer. Pickle is just deeper.

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