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Old 7th November 2009, 08:23 PM   #11
agrelon
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Today I tried an 88l carbon slalom board in force 3-4, even in these conditions it was fine volume wise. The main thing I noticed during the occasional gust was that it 'coped' with chop much better than my 106l freerider. It didn't seem to be hitting the chop as hard which is probably due to a straghter rocker and a thinner profile. I want to try it again in high wind when it will really start to perform.
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