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  Both would be ideal
  Posted by: Kocho on Jun-13-13 5:31 PM (EST)
 

I can roll fairly reliably on my weak side, still I overwhelmingly favor my strong side. That said, once I developed a fairly effective high brace on both sides, which I consider pretty much mandatory, I see no reason why one side should fail to roll me - a high brace (with my head in the water) is e last part of the roll, sort of, so if I can come down, brace, and get up, I should be able to do the full roll on that side, if I need to.

I don't remember the last time I rolled inadvertently in "open water", even when it's rough, plus there, one side is enough, as long as you are not injured. But I roll a lot in white water, and there as mentioned i find it very iseful tonhave a decent roll one both sodes, even of one is better. I don't get the chance to do surf pretty much at all since there is no surf nearby, but a 2-sided roll there would be really good to have...

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