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Old 01-15-2015, 07:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New 2011 Never Summer SL Limited Edition

Picked up the board and handle it in Salty Peaks shop while I was in SLC a month ago and fell in love with it. Finally pulled the trigger and ordered the 164. Guys wouldnt budge on the price. Supposedly only like 100 made.





Unfortunate location for the owl. Guess I am going to have to cut a stomp pad into pieces and strategically place them around the guy.
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Old 01-15-2015, 07:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Gorgeous board. You could always do without the stomp pad. I used to have one on my older boards when I was first learning...but then it fell off and I never looked back.
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fuck training wheels just push your foot against the binding
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I would not cover that up. I faced the same dilemma with my Arbor. Used pyramid studs similar to these:

Demon Knob Stomp Pads - Package of 8
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You don't need a frickin stomp pad. Like said above push your back for against the binding.
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Dead sexy board man...almost worth just hanging on the wall =p
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You don't need a frickin stomp pad. Like said above push your back for against the binding.

LOL......I hear ya guys. I always used a stomp pad just for a little extra grip off the chair but I will go bareback with this board and see how it goes. Thanks everyone.
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Old 01-15-2015, 08:34 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Just get a clear stomp pad. Problem solved.

DaKine Spike Stomp Pad | evo

This is why I use on my NS Evo. Even easier, take apart the strips, put one on either side of the owl and you'll have grip and no obstruction of the graphic.
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Shredstick is fn choice!!

Much deserved of clear Demon stomp dots in the toe and heel area.. Use training wheels whatever. We all use these adult pacifiers(smartphones) anyways.. Just screw it. Use and abuse it!

That board is so righteous!
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Old 01-15-2015, 10:00 PM   #10 (permalink)
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LOL......I hear ya guys. I always used a stomp pad just for a little extra grip off the chair but I will go bareback with this board and see how it goes. Thanks everyone.
Just put two of these adjacent to your back binding if necessary.
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