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Old 01-15-2013, 02:42 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Hey! This is the Company Commander, Don

I happen to have a 152 at my business partner's home in NH; I can drop ship it to you from there if you'd like! paypal@echelonsnow.com is our address; we'll knock 20% off just because why not?
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Old 03-03-2013, 02:04 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Hey! This is the Company Commander, Don

I happen to have a 152 at my business partner's home in NH; I can drop ship it to you from there if you'd like! paypal@echelonsnow.com is our address; we'll knock 20% off just because why not?
Do you still have this board?
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Old 03-03-2013, 02:45 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Do you still have this board?
I'll need to check, if not we do have new 13-14 boards in stock now.
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I'll need to check, if not we do have new 13-14 boards in stock now.
Are the 13-14 boards available for purchase?
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Old 03-03-2013, 03:59 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I would get the burton nug... I just got one and I love it! its small and soo easy to press and butter...only problem is the channel...you can get a good pair of est bindings for cheap if you search around... I find the nug is easier to pull tricks i've never done before which makes it easier to progress to a "normal sized board" - my 2 cents
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I'll need to check, if not we do have new 13-14 boards in stock now.
Where does the Archer slot into everything? I have small feets so the waist width looks a bit better on that.
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Basically, think of the kill box as a far less expensive nugg. The archer and Orion are the same shape but different materials—the Orion is slightly stiffer, more responsive and has a faster base than the archer (triax, sintered), and the archer is flexible and durable (bias, extruded).
Hope that helps!

And yes—a limited number are for sale now, pre 2013-14!
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u should check out the bataleon airobic or global warmer. super soft and near impossible to catch an edge. plus if u get the global warmer, u can take it on pretty descent size booters
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Basically, think of the kill box as a far less expensive nugg. The archer and Orion are the same shape but different materials—the Orion is slightly stiffer, more responsive and has a faster base than the archer (triax, sintered), and the archer is flexible and durable (bias, extruded).
Hope that helps!

And yes—a limited number are for sale now, pre 2013-14!
Where?? And how do the Killbox and the Rounds flexibility compare?
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Currently, Kyle can get you set up if you email sales@echelonsnow.com. The Rounds and Killbox used to have a similar flex pattern, but now the two have a pattern that follows the archer/Orion —the rounds is now triax vs biax. That said, the deflection is only different by ~1.5mm. The rounds and Killbox are similar in flex style, in that they both use a carbon x pattern, whereas the Orion and Archer are much different in their composite placements.
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