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FS: Rare Lib Tech Skate Banana with C2/EC2

For sale, rare Lib Tech Skate Banana, size 156 with C2 or EC2. See description of listing.


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RARE Lib Tech Skate Banana 156 with C2 EC2 | eBay
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What's rare about it?


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I think it's required on eBay for an item to be listed as rare.
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Well...

I hope it's rare, I have the same one.

Mine might be a little more ripe though

It's got some bruising, probably better for makin' Banana Bread


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Well...

I hope it's rare, I have the same one.

Mine might be a little more ripe though

It's got some bruising, probably better for makin' Banana Bread


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Tard does yours have just rocker or rocker and camber? This one doesn't just have the rocker. But then again, sounds like you know everything, so I'm sure I'm wrong......
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You are the tard, not him. Look at mervins description for btx. Rocker in the middle and flat/slightly cambered zones under foot.
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You are the tard, not him. Look at mervins description for btx. Rocker in the middle and flat/slightly cambered zones under foot.

Ryan, what year is it? What year is this board? Don't you think there's a possibility they may have changed from the Original Skate and added mild camber?

TT, if you have this same board, I'd be interested in seeing a pic of yours to see if the profile is different.....
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1st they have always been the same flat-mild camber under foot. Even if they didn't advertise it. 2nd there is such this as tolerence in quality control.
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1st they have always been the same flat-mild camber under foot. Even if they didn't advertise it. 2nd there is such this as tolerence in quality control.
And you don't think there's 'one offs' of anything? I saw a gnu board for sale with a different base than the model was supposed to have.
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Even if it is a one off, it really doesn't do anything for the value. Aside from old school Burton Backhills and the like, there really aren't any collectible snowboards. The sport is just too new.
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