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    Are Soft Tops The NExt Re...

    tarded thing people will be doing? I heard JOB did a backlip in a barrel at Jaws on one.

    Whichever way it goes I just bought three in different sizes. Psyched for huriken season.
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    My buddy got an 8'0" foamie. I have to say the thing is a blast just to mess around on. Great for crowded, crappy wave summer conditions when you don't want to take yourself too seriously.

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    I hear they sell those next to the Billabong wetsuits in the Wal Marts now

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    the sell them at costco for a buck fifty there a blast and you look like a total ****in noob so everyone tends to stay away... win win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iloveswell View Post
    the sell them at costco for a buck fifty there a blast and you look like a total ****in noob so everyone tends to stay away... win win!
    really? bought mine at Costco for $99 and it was well worth it. i notice people have them on Craig's List for $160, but I figured they were just making a few bucks...did Costco raise the price?

    they're great for small days, small children, houseguests etc. my 4 y/o gets bounced off it or hit by it pretty much every day - he just comes up and climbs back on. a regular long board would have taken his head off a long time ago...highly recommend them for surfing with pre-schoolers.

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    If you're talking about Nerf boards, I also bought one last yrear at costco for 99 buck or so. I took it out on a big(ish) day last year. forgot to swap boards in my van. The leash is attached by a plastic fin bolt. It gave me an opportunity to swim in.

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    wish I had one for those days in the summer when its high tide and whomping shorebreak. I wouldn't have to worry about hurting it.

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    I wish that douche from QC was riding one when he ran me over this spring. Pretty sure he was riding a Buick.

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    I wish I had me a foamie.therses plenty of shytty days where u don't want to bring your good boards or its too shallow and risk breaking fins.also u could probly try some crazy tricks on them.heres a tip.when its thick and hollow,dont wear a leash and your boards will last longer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Atom View Post
    I wish that douche from QC was riding one when he ran me over this spring. Pretty sure he was riding a Buick.
    hahahhaha! Been there!! Scariest thing is a noob who borrowed/bought a 50lb longboard and is paddling and falling on every wave, sending that brick flying into the impact zone. I finally just healed from a nasty bruise across the back of both my calves when i got clobbered by that same buick, wish it had been a foamie. Oh well, at least it didn't break my bones or nick my own foamie that i was ridin...