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Location: Poland, Poznan

Postby eutanator » Wed Mar 13, 2002 9:30 am

you ride on Stonker 152 TT directional - tell me your impressions!

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Local Beach: Laguna de Tecocomulco, Hidalgo, Mexico. Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico.
Boca del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico.
Favorite Beaches: Progreso, Yucatan. El Revolcadero, Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico. La Ventana, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Ilho do Guajiru, Ceara, Brazil.
Style: Big Air and waves and freestyle.
Gear: Kites:

8m Ozone Reo V3
10m Ozone C4 2015
14m Ozone Enduro V1
15m Ozone Chrono V2
17m Ozone Zephyr V5


ASP Stealth Custom Kiteboard 135cm 2013 Black
Fone HRD Lite Tech 137x42cm 2017
Core Fusion 2 139x43 2017
Axis Ultra 2015 144x45cm
Underground Kipuna 5'8" Surfboard
Fone Mitu 5'4 2017 Surfboard
Alpine Foil Access V1 Foil and board
Brand Affiliation: I sell Ozone, Slingshot, North, Naish, Core, Crazy Fly, Axis, Mystic, Pro-Limit Ion & Dakine.
Location: Mexico City, Mexico.

Postby Andres_Santacruz » Thu Mar 14, 2002 5:14 am

It is a nice strong board, which comes with very nice fins, pads and straps. I is great for powered up riding, and I have been able to ride waves very well, and also jump off waves really well. I handles chop really well. It goes frontside very nicely. It did not come with the fifth fin in the nose, only 4 fins in the back. You can see some pictures of my board at:
in the "mis tablas" folder(my boards)
there are also some very nice pictures I took of anna kournikova at a tennis tournament in acapulco. Also look in the "loose" folder, to see pictures of these beautiful italian boards, and of the kites. I was to buy a board now, I would buy a loose board, they are strong as hell, have very nice graphics, cut like razorblades, and actually cheaper than most boards in the market. If I am not wrong I think you live in Poland, It would be much better to get a loose board from germany for you. I am so excited about the loose board from what friends have told me that I am going to start dealing them in Mexico.
Hope this helped,
Andres Santacruz

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