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  1. #1
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    New Board

    Time for a new board. I snapped the stringer in my BZ. Any suggestions on what I should get?

  2. #2
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    I forgot to say BodyBoard. I don't need a surf board. I also like to ride big waves and do ariel tricks. What would be a good board for that?

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    No. 6 have a good selection

  4. #4
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    hey, im not a fan of bat tails, i love NMD boards. ive ridden a bunch of them and loved them all. Especially if ur a fan of the cresent tail. they feel awesome doin huge turns, im not realy a bber so i cant air but from the stuff i know about bbing i recomed their boards. also i rode my friends TOOBS and liked it alot aswell

  5. #5
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    I second NO.6..Im a bigger guy @ 6'3 225lbs and their Locust model looks perfect..plus a friend of mine in VAB rides one and says its good..i trust him..The board i have had the longest..that i still ride is a DK board from TOOBS. Funny I dont really DK..The board is super buoyant and the nose has crazy rocker so it stays up when i paddle hard. I had a new Mach 7 at the beginning of the summer..its trashed now..Irene and Katia bent the crap out of it.

  6. #6
    a new board...

  7. #7
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    Oct 2011
    Location
    Florida
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    I have a No.6 Goliathe Icon, it is faster and more bouyant then my Turbo.

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    science best boards out there