This made me laugh.
Fun to see when someone is trying to figure out what they mean; even if they think they know what they mean.
50 durometer sponge with softer topsheet feels different than 50 durometer sponge with harder topsheet.
Even though the 50 is 50.
So, if someone was to suggest that all the 50s are different numbers, or that they measure the hardness of sponge and topsheet at the same time, just run away or you may end up with W968 Blue Sponge Rubbers with a T05-H3 National Custom blade. And don't forget the National socks and underwear.
And now I am wondering which kind of booster I should use on the socks and underwear?
Darn it! Now the goon squad is after me yet again. [emoji2]
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Ok, I give up
You are right. 50 is 50.
Now I have to agree that sponge hardness itself is a dominant vector, explaining everything about a rubber /now rubber really sounds strange / and in that regard I really can't find deferences between a sponge of 50 + damn rubber topsheet and a sponge of 50 + some socks /anyway unwashed are harder, but it doesn't matter if we stick on the 50/