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 Post subject: Review ABoards 3D progressive board 127x38.5 2007
PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2007 5:17 pm 
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Review for ABoards 3D progressive board 2007 127x38.5

Times tested: 11+

Good: Excellent upwin & carving in freeride ensured by bi-directional flex at tips and combination of tunnel concave at central part and flat tips on bottom deck.

Medium flex - not too soft, not too hard.

Great pop for jumps and landings.

Bad: Have to get used to carving on this one after other boards.

Review: Overall very great board of highest technical and performance quality for variety of riders and water conditions.


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Weight (kg): 61-70
Ability: Intermediate
Style: Carver
Preferred Water: Chop
Preferred Power: Good
Preferred Kite Size: 8.0
Most Used Kite Size: 12.0
Preferred Board Style:
Preferred Board Size: 121-130
Brand Affiliation: Representative
Similar gear used: North Jame Pro, Nobile 666.




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PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2007 2:37 pm 
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Has anyone any experiences with this board and can explain whether it is worth the money, it's priced in the same range as the nobile 555?


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