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  1. #1
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    catch surf's "the one"

    i've been lookin' around for a new board for christmas (yes, i know it a long time from now) and i found catch surf's "the one". i was wondering if anyone has ever tried one or owns one and what they think about it. lemme know.

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    everyone seems to agree that they are pretty mcuh not good at anything.

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    thanks. any other suggestions for a board?

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    im lookin for an all around fun board that i can take out no matter what the waves are like... and fairly cheap. i already have the al merrick biscuit.

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    The one is cool, but for cheaper you can have the Herlihy by Toobs

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    the beater.
    super skinny standup board. its real sick looking. i think like 150.

    why buy a herlihy when you can do standup on pretty much any high quality bodyboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by nappydreads View Post
    The one is cool, but for cheaper you can have the Herlihy by Toobs
    First off the One is about 20-30 bucks cheaper that Herlihy by TOOBS.

    And i have own The One for about a year. SOOO DISAPPOINTED
    its awful for bodyboarding, skimming, and stand up surfing it, baiscally because it cannot hold a rail what so ever.

    The Beater is looking sick, and I wish i waited around and got that instead. anyone let me know if they use one.

  8. #8
    I tried that board and found it really hard to keep the rail connected to the wave face. I have a 4'2"x21x2.5 One Ninety Five Surfskate and it does everything i wanted the catch surf to do.It turns less than perfect conditions into a skatepark. It punts, pop-shuvs, and it holds a rail! Check em out www.myspace.com/www.oneninetyfive.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfskater View Post
    I tried that board and found it really hard to keep the rail connected to the wave face. I have a 4'2"x21x2.5 One Ninety Five Surfskate and it does everything i wanted the catch surf to do.It turns less than perfect conditions into a skatepark. It punts, pop-shuvs, and it holds a rail! Check em out www.myspace.com/www.oneninetyfive.com
    wow dude that board looks insane! where did you get yours? do have their own site?

  10. #10
    check out www.congoboards.com they have 44 in to 50 in. USA made. Quality board. They will let u demo one if u want to