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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-15-2013, 04:11 PM
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The Camp 7 I have is so much better than any standard "beater board". You'll buy it to beat it, but then you'll end up liking it more than anticipated, and not want to beat it up so much. Or, you won't care and you'll beat the fuck out of it and be surprised at how durable it is.

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The Camp 7 I have is so much better than any standard "beater board". You'll buy it to beat it, but then you'll end up liking it more than anticipated, and not want to beat it up so much. Or, you won't care and you'll beat the fuck out of it and be surprised at how durable it is.
I definitely hear what you're saying and it's good to know that they're solid. How's the edge hold in icy spots? Being here in the east that's one of the most important things to me when thinking about a board.
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I have the featherlite and edge hold is decent enough for east coast ice. Its not magnetraction but it does the job from my experience!

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I grabbed one of the Status Unos. Looks to be a Never Summer SL for under 160$. Plan to try painting it this summer but I will post up a bit of a review once it gets here and I can put some days on it.
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I definitely hear what you're saying and it's good to know that they're solid. How's the edge hold in icy spots? Being here in the east that's one of the most important things to me when thinking about a board.
Well, I was on 156 which is a little undersized for me and I only lost an edge on the really steep ice, and at that, it was not a common occurence. It will hold you fine. It's not magnetraction or vario grip or anything, but it does it's job.

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