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  actually, eithier boat- the ethos or xp
  Posted by: tdaniel on Apr-18-13 1:34 PM (EST)
 

are solid whitewater performers. If you end up getting a Burn or other shorter ww boat it will be because of your perception of the boat or based on other folks perceptions but probably not on the boats actual handling. I'm getting my xp out at least 50 days a year on class III and IV. I've probably got 150 or more totals runs on class III and IV water on my current xp10. It just not be considered a "cool" boat to paddle but it works fine on class III and IV.

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