Difference between a H2 and H3? - Mountain Buzz

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Old 10-22-2003   #1
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Difference between a H2 and H3?

I was wondering what ther differences were between a H2 and a H3. I am currently using a CSF, and I would like to moving into a faster creeker. The edges looked like a lot of fun.



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Old 10-23-2003   #2
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H3 vs H2

Basically the H3 is more of a creek boat than the H2. It has more overall volume and more blunted ends to reduce pinning potential. I paddled the H3 all season, and although I was a little skeptical when I swithced (from a Micro), I loved it. One thing that I was worried abot was the shape of the bow and stern. They are not as rounded as other creek boats, but I never had any problems more acute than had I had the more rounded ends of a micro or CFS. Its fast and resurfaces well, essentially it feels like a sporty creek boat. The H2 on the other hand has less volume and even less blunty bow and stern, definatly a boat better suited for down river action.
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Old 10-23-2003   #3
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Thanks Yeti (NT)

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