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So my friend bought this bat years ago from Hong Kong but he cannot remember what the rubbers were but he said they were the same...
Anyone know exactly what they are? I've seen so many different names on these, and the sponge colours are different too even though they are supposed to be the same.

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i think there are several slight variations though.
ive tried them in the past on my f/h


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https://revspin.net/pips/729-802-40.html
i think there are several slight variations though.
ive tried them in the past on my f/h


I thought about these but 2 things come to mind straight away. 1, the sponges are super hard. 2, the sponge colours are different which makes me think it might be different sponges but same brand?

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I think you can get hard and soft versions and also different sponges etc.im sure ive got some lying around .
i think there are plenty of threads on the pips.Also check noppen de forum as it translates for you.


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Pimples-out rubber tends to feel comparatively hard.

My 802-40 "super soft" (36 degree sponge hardness, I think) feels harder than the Hurricane 3 on the other side (with 41 or 42 degree sponge).

My thinking is that inverted rubber wades in the snow, but pimple-out put snowshoes on.


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keme wrote:
Pimples-out rubber tends to feel comparatively hard.

My 802-40 "super soft" (36 degree sponge hardness, I think) feels harder than the Hurricane 3 on the other side (with 41 or 42 degree sponge).

My thinking is that inverted rubber wades in the snow, but pimple-out put snowshoes on.


Ah ok maybe it's that then. I think this version is supposed to be 35 btw. And the 802-40 mystery 3 has options, 36 being one of them, 38 and 40. It's all confusing since the mystery 3 I believe has exact same logo on the rubber that's why

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