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Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by SurfJdog, Oct 15, 2014.
sold sold sold sold sold sold
Where ya located?
$200 less than what?
I'll give you $200
I'm in Ocean City, MD
You sell that Rubble?
I can deliver the board pretty much anywhere in Maryland and Delaware...Message me to work something out
You still haven't sold that thing, damn!
I've been lazy. Would like to get it sold and a Channel Islands Proton that I have.
$200 less than full sticker price ($899)
Dope looking board. Id put that baby in the honey hole all nice like (DROOL)
Full sticker is $650 so I can do like $400. Let me know if you're interested.
I find it funny when people try to hype boards they're selling by writing "This board absolutely rips" or something similar to that effect. Most buyers immediately think "if it's so great, why's he selling?". Not denying it rips, but you need to give a reason.
I'm actually in the market for a board and want to give Roberts a shot...however, I'm going for a Hydroflex because the area I surf is gnarly. If the rocks at the reefs don't get it, it gets smashed on the beach break sandbar (or me)...I seem to get a ding practically every sesh. This place eats poly for breakfast.
The board does rip. I just had a custom Roberts Black Punt shaped from the shaper...and it rips too.
Hydroflex is just lighter material, it's still just as vulnerable to rocks, reefs and breaking in half. I think you may be thinking of the Tufflite material. That stuff is real hard to damage.
true, tuflite is really tough...but it's also really stiff. I hate that sh!t, actually.
Hydroflex uses epoxy resin. It's gotta be stronger than poly...and, even if it was the same, their proprietary technique makes for a more ding resistant/less delaminating board.
The Black Punt RIPS!!!
Volume is 26.63
2 fking pages of circle jerking over this.....get it sold already!
what are the dims for this bad boy?
Dude just go trade it in at Spellbinders!!
Its 5'10 x 18 3/4" x 2 1/4"....It doesn't feel like a thin board at 2 1/4" tho since the rails are a tad fuller. The board paddles and catches waves well. Hides volume in a shorter and wider package.