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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-18-2009, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
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Have until tomorrow to pick a board under $260!

Yup title says it all. Only need a stick, no bindings. Really need the help, thanks guys.
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...and under size 150
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lol it'd be useful if you gave weight+style
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130 lbs and i want to work more on park, so like a soft flexing board
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burton seven on brociety for 129.99 right now!
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is the seven flexy? I heard it was kinda stiff
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it's a park specific board, so it's quite flexy. don't know exactly how soft though if you compare it to other park spec boards
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burton twin for $270 or burton seven for $130?
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i really want a capita if anyone can find one in the sub 300 range, preferrably fk tech
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