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FS: Option Icon 160 '06 AUD$250

I AM IN AUSTRALIA, PRICE IS IN AUD, COD TO SYDNEY
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Now that that is out of the way:

I bought this board in Canada in 06, used it for part of the season and twice since then for a week back home, the board is still in awesome condition.

I am selling it without bindings. Here is the Option sales blurb on the board

With the success of the Influence, Option saw the need for a wider version. The Icon is a park and rail slayin' stick for the freestyle rider with big feet! Like the Influence, the Axis is a true twin-tip built with stout sidewalls. With this board you can roll into the park with pure stoke and stomp those tricks you've been dreamin' about! Key Features of the Option Icon 160cm Snowboard:
Freestyle Core Profile - Deep V profiling allows greater mid-flex between the bindings. This promotes control and agility for the park, pipe, and the urban technician.

Formula Wood Core - A tip to tail blend of lightweight, durable wood laminations. This core has to be strong, reliable, durable and provides a perfect ride for all abilities.

Biax Laminate - A dual direction dual layer, stitched fiberglass laminate provides a fun and forgiving ride for all abilities.

Extruded 1500 Base - High performance extruded Polyethylene provides a smooth glide and easy maintenance.

ABS Sidewall - A premium-grade plastic material selected for its high impact resistance. ABS is a proven material that has helped to build the reputation of durability found in all Option Snowboards.

Sidecut (m): 8.1

Eff.edge (cm): 127.0

Nose/Tail (cm): 31.1

Waist (cm): 26.3

This is the first board I could ever get to hold a proper carve both heel and toeside with my big feet and a slight duck stance. It holds its edge in the pipe and on the ice (sadly important here in oz).

It's a great board, selling for $250
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