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Old 11-16-2012, 05:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Custom FOBP Neversummer Summit Split Raffle

The custom Friends of Berthoud Pass Neversummer Split is going to be raffled off at our Christmas Party December 18th at the Copper Kettle Brewery in Denver.

The tickets are $5 for one entry and $10 for three.

Get your tickets at our online store.

The board is a 164 and it's awfully damn fine.

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Need not be present to win, open to US residents only. Sorry international peeps.

For those who can attend the Christmas party there will be plenty of fun going on there to make it worth your while.

Thanks for supporting FOBP.
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Old 11-16-2012, 05:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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that ISSSS pretty!

Wish i lived closer...
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Old 11-16-2012, 05:49 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You can win the board, we'll ship it to you. As long as you live in the US which your profile hints you do.
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well boy howdy i am going get some tickets if not only to support FOBP!
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Old 11-19-2012, 11:26 AM   #5 (permalink)
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CMS, I think I got some buys from you. Thanks man! Awesome response to this drawing so far. Thanks for all the support. Someone is going to have a rad board for Christmas...
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Oh man and it's orange...


It is too bad a 164 is just pushing my comfort levels with size. (I'm only 155lbs)
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Can I give you my $5 if I have a US shipping address?
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As long as it's shipped in the US. We just can't deal with International shipping is what it really boils down to. <br>

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Oh man and it's orange...


It is too bad a 164 is just pushing my comfort levels with size. (I'm only 155lbs)
Get yourself a powder boat! Seriously though what size board do you typically ride? Rule of thumb with splits is to up the length by at least 6 centimeters. You will be carrying around an extra 10-20lbs with you on a backcountry tour.

The orange base is pretty rad. I am digging it for sure.
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Get yourself a powder boat! Seriously though what size board do you typically ride? Rule of thumb with splits is to up the length by at least 6 centimeters. You will be carrying around an extra 10-20lbs with you on a backcountry tour.

The orange base is pretty rad. I am digging it for sure.
Yeah the orange is awesome!!

154 - Proto CT
158 - Gyrator
161 - Jones Carbon Flagship

I just got the 161 Jones Carbon Flagship but I haven't taken it out yet.

Until the flagship. The largest board I've ridden was the 158. I feel like I am very comfortable on it.

The 161 seems like an easy step up from the 158 but a 164 feels like a larger leap.
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