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  1. #11
    your such a tool. You kneeboard behind a boat...

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by beaner View Post
    agreed. kneeboarding is a quickly growing sport and needs grassroots support before it can become a global phenomena, like surfing. I believe that week in july will be much like micah is suggesting, also expect a seabreeze to develop around 11am and continue through most of the day.

    so do you wear kneepads while kneeboarding or just use a track pad? also, if no trackpad does the wax rub off on your knees? I would assume that would suck, especially if you have hairy knees.
    First, allow me to say "thank you" for your interest in our small and misunderstood subculture. I will answer your questions as briefly and honestly as possible. I use trac-top on top of astro deck for mad traction and comfort (nose to tail-rail to rail). Also, I shave my legs while paying special attention around my knee bumps for the mental edge when it comes to speed. As far as the "towed behind a boat" comment, my webbed gloves supply me with all the speed I kneed. ( though in the interest of full disclosure, Sandpiper towed me behind his paddle-boat once)

  3. #13
    If youre halfway up already, why not just stand up?

  4. #14
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    WB: C-street and Mase and Sweetwater and all sorts of chill places around WB. Its rad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakagrom View Post
    If youre halfway up already, why not just stand up?
    cause then it'd just be surfing wearing webbed gloves on a smaller board covered in traction pads with your knees and shins freshly shaven
    kneeboarding is just more glamourous i suppose

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakagrom View Post
    If youre halfway up already, why not just stand up?
    Mahalo from the mainland young man! I would assume that your Polynesian ancestry may assist you in "getting" this kneeboarding thing. Maybe it's that in a kneeling position I am able to better communicate with the god Kanaloa.

    Aloha,
    KB4L