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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-31-2007, 07:07 PM
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Differences Between Boys and Girls

Do they really make girls boards different or could you, in theory, get a small, flexable boy board and be fine? Boys just have so many more options out there...
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Guys boards are generally built wider, and with a stiffer flex. I have fun riding on a guys board, as I enjoy man-handling equipment, but as long as you have the skills to back up what you buy, there shouldn't be an issue with that...
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the topic title made me lol
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the topic title made me lol
me too... i was hoping to be able to make a smrt arse comment

and just to add... girls boards tend to be lighter than the same size guys board... in my experience anyway
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Guys boards are generally built wider, and with a stiffer flex. I have fun riding on a guys board, as I enjoy man-handling equipment, but as long as you have the skills to back up what you buy, there shouldn't be an issue with that...
For those who are looking to make smart assed commentary this insert above is full of opportunity.
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it's just too easy sometimes...
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For those who are looking to make smart assed commentary this insert above is full of opportunity.
LOOOOLLLL!!! I should give you a warning for that! Hahaha!
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