Chaunceys surf shop on 30th and 56th st also sells em. My buddy has one, there alot of fun, easy to paddle.
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Jan 31, 2014, 02:55 AM
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The Answer boards can be found in pretty much any surf shop in the De/Md/NJ area. I know Beach House in Bayhead sells quite a few. Just go check one out, pretty similar concept to the beater, just a foam finless board. As far as customer service you have to remember that shapers get blasted with emails from dudes asking a million questions. Unfortunately they can't spend a lot of time fielding questions, especially when the chance of the person making a purchase is low. They are a skittish bunch & if you start to be annoying chances are they won't respond.
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Jan 31, 2014, 12:02 AM #1
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is this guy for real? i got interested in his post on this beater board thread....exchanged a couple of e-mails regarding the specs and pricing info on his version of the beater board...but when i asked him to see a little more of the board - a video, any shop where it might be seen, anything that might help me get a better view of it, he ceases to respond altogether.
i'm really interested in the shape and the concept, but now i'm wondering if the board really exists or if this guy is a flake - any of you OC MD guys familiar with this guy? i'm trying to do business with him, but now i'm thinking maybe that's not such a good idea....which is a shame, because i really am interested in buying something like that.