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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-18-2009, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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I was surprised to see this on dogfunk Burton No Fish Snowboard from Dogfunk.com
Does anyone know anything about it? I'd think it was a joke if it wasn't in a shop. Anyone know about it or ridden one.
I have no intention of buying one just curious

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wow cool i'd like to try that.... i saw the 2009 model for 250...

it reminds me of an article (or was it on tv?) I read about villagers in some country in Asia and they use a similar snow/surf board with a cord like that to steer in order to get around. old school
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I've seen the Laz board video YouTube - Jeremy Jones doing LazBoard inTurkey
Great to see how far it dates back. But i cant see how this would work on steep off piste

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you guys have no vision, not everybody rides lifts. Get in the backcountry and shred some pow. Check out IR77 and bonus features in standards asthetic sp? for some killer noboard footage. "should be yes board no bindings"

Most resorts in washington allow snow skates on lifts all you need is a metal edges and a leash so i suppose they would allow a noboard.

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I checked out the noboard website. I hadn't seen it before other than lazboards thats why i was surpised. I'd like to try out any snow equipment once to see what its like.

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my buddy bought one, i'll let you know once he actually rides it.
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As far as I know they are strictly designed for powder and are intended to be more like surfing. Don't expect to see one, or be able to use one at a ski resort.
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