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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-22-2008, 11:01 PM
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Ok I live in a state where we dont get much snow
I wanna work on grinds all year round so would it be more beneficial to just buy a youth board to practice grinds in the summer.
Im kinda brokish and dont wanna wreck a board.

this is what I mean
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-22-2008, 11:16 PM
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Sure, why not?
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Sure, why not?
would XL bindings even fit on a kids board?
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but if you don't get snow, where would you grind? and...how? and if you have an area to grind, why not save your money and use your regular board?
Just my 2 cents
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but if you don't get snow, where would you grind? and...how? and if you have an area to grind, why not save your money and use your regular board?
Just my 2 cents
lol theres a lot of hills around my house and I was just gonna make sucky boxes and stuff

Summer Jib Session
kinda like that

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so you'll be riding on grass till you actually hit the box? (i.e. summer)

or did you just mean all season round?
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so you'll be riding on grass till you actually hit the box? (i.e. summer)

or did you just mean all season round?
pretty much. I might put wood down or something but yeah that was the basic idea
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pretty much. I might put wood down or something but yeah that was the basic idea
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somebody started a carpet boarding thread, you might wanna check that out.
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wait dedication to not thinking it through or dedication to snowboarding
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