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Re: boards

Postby tautologies » Wed Nov 21, 2012 8:55 pm

janaeo wrote:ok people, any opinions on which board.
f-one skate 132
naish haze 135

rrd 136

these ate the main boards im looking at, just wondered if anyone has used or has any of these boards and the have any opinions on them.
why these boards..and what are you looking at doing with the boards?

I've only ridden the haze of these, and definitely an easy to ride board. It is a little softer, and has a good rocker line, making it easy to ride in chop. great allround board, and the new straps are fantastic...that said, I chose the moneyshot myself.

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Re: boards

Postby janaeo » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:39 pm

simply these are the boards i am looking at, at a couple of my local shops.

just looking to upgrade from the first board i got which is really small and a bit of a handful in the chop.
been recommended the f-one skate, looks good,
the f-one is the most expensive but ive liked the haze for a while, but then saw the rrd which is a 42 inch width making it really wide along its length.

wats the money shot your talking about?

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