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09-10-2012 08:47 PM
david_z
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Originally Posted by Nivek View Post
It works. Does its job to keep you on edge. Magne makes it so you don't have to try.
Magne is too much.
GripTech is money.
YES is bogus.
Burton's works if the camber zones in the Flying V aren't too aggressive.
NS is great.
Rossi is Magne, Jones is Magne, Gnu is Magne.
Flow uses a 5 radial that works great.
My thoughts exactly on the GripTech and Magne. GripTech is like just enough extra bite and perhaps most importantly it's right where you need it under your feet to get the best out of it. I think it's just ergonomically better and more natural than magne.

Niche and Smokin and probably a few other brands are also licensing Magne.

Salomon has a few decks that run three unblended sidecuts that are decent but I don't think really compare to Arbor/Mervin/NS.
09-10-2012 07:15 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by firlefranz View Post
Would love if someone could share his experience with rome's quickrip.
It works. Does its job to keep you on edge. Magne makes it so you don't have to try.
Magne is too much.
GripTech is money.
YES is bogus.
Burton's works if the camber zones in the Flying V aren't too aggressive.
NS is great.
Salomon Equalizer works well.
Rossi is Magne, Jones is Magne, Gnu is Magne.
Flow uses a 5 radial that works great.
09-10-2012 06:57 PM
strobe32
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Originally Posted by 509-pow View Post
Sweet video, thanks for that.
09-10-2012 06:56 PM
RightCoastShred magne-traction is probably the most grippy but ive heard its too grippy
09-10-2012 06:47 PM
firlefranz Would love if someone could share his experience with rome's quickrip.
09-10-2012 06:28 PM
509-pow no problem. i ride a lib tech with magne traction and it grips really good on ice, but i'v never been on any other board with grip tech. so i cant really say its the best, but it works for me.
09-10-2012 06:10 PM
firlefranz Many thanks.

Exactly what I was looking for.
09-10-2012 05:50 PM
509-pow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRIt2rna2Pk
09-10-2012 05:17 PM
firlefranz
Grip tech

Hello guys,

I was curious of what other brands except LibTech, GNU, NS, Arbor, Rossignol and Burton got some kind of edge tech on their boards and how they compare to each other?

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