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Burton P1 Wingtips

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hey everyone im new to the forums so figured i would start off by saying hello firstly. So hello from NM. Anyways i have a question about the Wingtips. I heard they were designed exactly after the P1's but now that i have bought them and own them the highback seems way cheaper than the P1 highback. I am worried that they would be easy to break as i am a bigger guy. I am 6'0" at 210lbs. I dig the poo-poo out of them but im just not sure about the highbacks. Has anyone shreaded with them yet or know anyone who has? Or just know any general feedback on these Wingtips? Thanks in advance, and these forums rock.
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