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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-20-2008, 04:30 PM
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need a jib board badly

i need a short mid wide or wide jib board. and cheap, under $200. around $150?
i wanted last years capita stairmaster 152 wide but it sold out.
size 11boots 160lbs. large binding
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-20-2008, 04:42 PM
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I don't know much about jibbing specifically, but you could probably get away without a mid-wide or wide board with size 11 boots. It might open your options up a bit. Also, were you looking to buy from a specific place, or have you checked out a number of shops, including online retailers?
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basically a hosrt midwide board that is soft flexing.
i have cheacked out everywhere online, ebay, craigslist, and geartrade.
nothing at the moment.
i don't want to spend over $200 thats my ultimate max. i know its not a lot. anyone on here selling one?capita stairmaster 152wide? haha
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Wow man you're asking a lot. Under $200 and wide park board? How about $223?
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you really dont need a wide. i have friends who can get away with riding regular width boards and they have size 13 feet. you would be totally fine on a normal board
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i have a never ridden 07 stairmaster 152. i might part with it.
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With 13's I'd def stay with the wide. I have a size 9 and my jib board is 25.2, the stairmaster 152 is only .5cm wider than that. With a 13 you typically want to stay above a 26cm waist width
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yeah but the op's only got size 11s. im just sayin that it can be done
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-21-2008, 12:01 PM
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and if you gonna jib your binding stance are going to have a bigger angle.
i have a 11.5 and i ride on a regular board , you don't need wide
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Originally Posted by rgrwilco View Post
i have a never ridden 07 stairmaster 152. i might part with it.
how much?



and the 152 stairmaster is 25.0ww. the 152 wide is 25.7
i'm trying trying to avoid toe drag if possible. cause i will take this off a few small kickers.
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