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Old 12-04-2008, 03:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i am looking for a twin freestyle board that can be ridden somejhow on the whole mountain.
so if anyone knows.. is there a big difference in performance on groomed fast runs between the 2? i know the society is a little bit stiffer.
but how much handling will i be sacrificing if i went withe DOSE .
+ i am 6'3 and the dose comes in 162 while society only in 160. thanks
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I'd get the Society 160 if your boot size is under 12.
You could get also get the 157. Effective edge is longer than the Dose 159.
Society also has a progressive sidecut.
Dose is a wide board.
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