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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by jimmycraxcorn View Post
    Buy a surfboard dorks
    agreed. if you want to "stand up," why dont you just surf...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmycraxcorn View Post
    Buy a surfboard dorks
    guarantee you that all of us that have commented on this post have at least one surf board. i obviously live in monmouth, and i just want a new want a board i can throw in the car and go to the beach and screw around with no matter what the wave height.

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    My buddy has the one the medium sized one. . .its alright the surfing is weird skimming kinda sucks but is fun with a bungee and the spongeing is yeah dece. and on top of all that the nose started like peeling off so definitely not worth the money in my mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnargnar View Post
    guarantee you that all of us that have commented on this post have at least one surf board. i obviously live in monmouth, and i just want a new want a board i can throw in the car and go to the beach and screw around with no matter what the wave height.
    exactly, waves aren't always surfable, therefore, a good booger is always good to have in summer

  5. #15
    Any stiff bodyboard is good. Herlihys arent good for standup. I find a normal crescent 2 stringer with channels to hold better at standup.

  6. #16
    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?

  8. #18
    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