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11-07-2012 01:58 AM
jdang307 Well, the Heritage I've never rode but I don't think it'll be slightly stiffer than your Evo. It will be a lot heavier.

But there are other brands and profiles out there. Experiment.
11-06-2012 09:52 PM
All Mountain board suggestion

Just wanted to get some suggestions on a new board to pick up this season. I'm looking for a all mountain board that still slightly playful. I currently have a 155 revolver which I love but I want to add a board to my quiver that is more damp and that feels like really locked in to the turns when carving at high speeds. I was thinking about picking up the new heritage, which I have not demoed i imagine it would be pretty similar to the revolver but slightly stiffer and more damp. My only concern with the heritage is that the ride will feel somewhat similar to the revolver in a sense that they both have the same RC tech which I feel would be a waste of money. Kind of looking for a board that makes me feels like it fulfills a nitch in my quiver. Any input would be appreciated and let me know if you think my concern over the heritage is incorrect. Thanks

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