Goods and skills for sale, trade, or charity.
Oct 28 10, 3:53 pm
6'3 x 20-1/4 x 2-5/8 NEW condition, bright BRIGHT white, Futures fin boxes, roundpin tail. Too much foam for me.
$250 or trade?
Last edited by squattyjp on Aug 22 11, 4:32 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Oct 29 10, 3:18 pm
Ooooh.. hello. Thats a great lookin board. Why you letting that thing go?? Surf that beauty!
Oct 29 10, 4:00 pm
BoarderDave wrote:Ooooh.. hello. Thats a great lookin board. Why you letting that thing go?? Surf that beauty!
too much foamage for what i hoped to use it for. it doesn't get the call. was hoping it would be a good compromise with better paddling for better conditions. but id rather put in a lil more paddling effort and ride one of my shorter/thinner boards. tried to fit it in as a mushbuster but prefer my thick fish better. then tried unsuccessfully to get my boy to like it.
so its wasting away sitting all pretty... hmmmm... someone of your stature may like it!
Oct 29 10, 6:56 pm
I would love that thing.. haha. Its just my size. Wish I had spare money sitting around..
Maybe in a few months if you haven't sold it off, I can get it as a Christmas present to myself or something. haha! Good luck bro.
Oct 29 10, 9:04 pm
WHOA. That's hardcore surfboard porn.
Holy crap I literally can't stop staring at it.
Oct 29 10, 9:08 pm
Too fast a board for a first short board?
I'm 6', 165lbs. Not sure what dimensions are appropriate for a starter short-board for a guy of my size.
Have my doubts as to whether I'm even ready for a short board yet, but it does look nice...
Oct 29 10, 9:15 pm
What are you used to riding?
Oct 29 10, 10:30 pm
Great looking board. Would make a awesome stepup for me, but Im still waiting on my last shape to come in. Good luck on the sale. $250 for for that is a steal.
Oct 30 10, 12:53 am
santa & mrs claus, shortboarder dave deserves an early preXmas gift like this! or maybe rob?!
now for the infomercial... this is a bigger guy shortboard despite my weight/size. these dims combined with the xtr closed cell epoxy are for approx a 175/180 to 200lb rider. xtr construction makes it light with sufficient float.
inlander, honestly i'd say this board will float you because its sized for a bit heavier rider than you. but without knowing your ability and determination it's difficult to say how quick your learning curve will be. but i'd bet you could work your way into riding this board if you are surfing frequently. i originally worked my way back into shortboards after being so out of shape and 185+lbs. restarted with a 6'8 blair xtr and over the last yr worked into a few different 6'2s and now a 5'8 x 2-1/4 good wave board. currently hovering around 155ish.
hey tri, thx! i agree it would make an awesome stepup for you! santa, add tri to your list. :)
Oct 30 10, 6:14 am
Rob wrote:What are you used to riding?
7' 6" fun board.
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