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    FS: Brand New (never seen water) Stretch Sword 6'3" performance shortboard

    I have a brand new Stretch Sword for sale, 6'3" 18 3/4 2 3/8. I applied a thin layer of base wax and it has been mounted on my wall for the year I've owned it. I paid toward $500 for this Santa Cruz made board, and sadly want to let it go to someone who will use it. I am asking $350 and the condition is perfect/new. Has an all-black Dakine pad on it. I'm located in southern MA. PM me for details or email

    Price Drop $300

    Last edited by hinmo24t; Aug 12, 2013 at 02:24 PM.

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    Did the Mass. shark thread make you decide to call it quits?!

    I kid

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    haha - I am trying to offset a road bike purchase a little bit. if we get a hurricane swell ill be tempted to take the sword out though, so hopefully someone buys it soon. then ill be riding my 510 lost in hurricane swell lol.

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    - PRICE DROP - $300 - brand new and ready for hurricane season.

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    These are well-reviewed boards braws. I'm the only one I know with one of their HPLB's but have seen a recent consistency round here in their SB's and always ax the riders what they think. They love em. Strong as hell too.

    Disclaimer: I don't know hinmo24t even though I think he's a MA guy and we definitely haven't charged any breaks together (yet...maybe when he changes his name to hinmo8-10ft). There's a good chance he and I got into a senseless verbal scrap on here at one point because PB&J's zest for entangled passion made me do it. At any rate, those Stretch stix are on point, says their riders. And I don't see kooks on them (other than me).

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    might be interested in this board. whats the volume?

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    thanks emass it appears to be very well made. I am not sure of the volume, but general specs are listed above. you could check stretches website...sorry.

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    already checked the site. its not written next to the measurements near the stringer?

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    Not sure if you can go by regular equations for volume given the north-south ridges inside the rails. That's got to take out a bit of vol. but looks BA, differentiated and actually works ergonomically for pop-ups, grip during duck dives, rolls, and carrying.