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Old 06-17-2007, 11:34 AM   #1
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Skate+H2O=Shred

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I'm still waiting on you guys/gals to take me up on the "monday sessions" invitation. I'll try to bring the wakeskate out to the July4th Livingston meet, let me know if i should bring any other toys.
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Old 06-17-2007, 02:23 PM   #2
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bring it out, i'll be there on sunday.
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I saw some of that wake skate stuff on Fuel TV and it was kick .
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I saw some of that wake skate stuff on Fuel TV and it was kick .
yes sir!!! definately a progressive sport. . . I have skateboarded my whole life, it's second nature to "skate" on the water. I've been enjoring my wakeskates so much i haven't ridden a wakeboard this season

Brian, have you ever seen an "air chair"? i think you could do it
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BTW, i know i posted the pic too small to see great detail but. . .I'm not strapped in, and that's the beauty of it!!! Kickflips on the water are a , but shuv-its are cake!!
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Brian, have you ever seen an "air chair"? i think you could do it
AIRCHAIR

i saw that on discovery before, brian should try it out.
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Old 06-30-2007, 09:55 AM   #7
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hey jet...if i were to want to purchase a wakeboard for a 145 lb rider...what size would i be looking for?

everytime i've gone out it has always been on my bohemoth friends' boards, i want my own... what size should i look for?

and where is the best place to find that board on a very tight budget, preferably already used w/ bindings...my knees are too worn out for knee boarding according to the 2-weeks of pain in my knee since i went out last
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Is this every monday?
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hey jet...if i were to want to purchase a wakeboard for a 145 lb rider...what size would i be looking for?

everytime i've gone out it has always been on my bohemoth friends' boards, i want my own... what size should i look for?

and where is the best place to find that board on a very tight budget, preferably already used w/ bindings...my knees are too worn out for knee boarding according to the 2-weeks of pain in my knee since i went out last
i have a byerly 137cm(the number beside the board descriptions are centimeter lengths) that i can sell for $250(it was $800 new). You're more than welcome to try it out anytime
For someone your size, you probably want between a 134-138cm board, but that depends on intended riding style. If you want to buy brand new and want to find a deal then try www.m2sports.com (i think) and look in the board combo section for an 06 closeout model http://www.m2ski.com/proshop/catalog...ath=29_164_175
they are located on 45 north in spring, or you can shop the online store.
There is a lot we have not covered yet, so if you have any questions just ask. It's slow in the shop today so I'll try to check this thread as often as i can.
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Old 06-30-2007, 01:47 PM   #11
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Just let me know when you're ready. . .I have 3 different wakeskates, a wakeboard, a landlock(surf style riding), kneeboard, etc.
I think i owe you a six pack of your choice anyway
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Is this every monday?
near. . .I'm off every monday
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Old 06-30-2007, 01:58 PM   #13
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ya, i want to get big air and pull 360s...but first of all i have to ride more...and landlock looks so rad, i saw that for the first time about a week ago...my friend had picks posted up of that...
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