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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-12-2011, 01:34 PM Thread Starter
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FS - Brand New: Solid Bluebird Mancamber 155

I'm thinking of selling this. Solid/Bluebird collaboration board for 10/11. Seems like a cool board, but due to a production delay I received the board 6 weeks later than I was supposed to, and ended up purchasing another SL 155 in the meantime. I haven't ridden this board, and really love the SL, so just can't imagine this getting a lot of use regardless of how much I might like it. I got this on a direct pre-order special they did this Summer which ended up being close to 50% off. Not trying to make anything off of this, so if I can get $250 shipped to U.S. I'll let it go. Since there's not a lot of info out there, here's a quick rundown. 25.2 WW, bamboo/poplar core, basalt weave, "2 hump dump" sidecut (2 bumps at inserts), sintered base, and Mancamber profile (rocker between the feet, camber past the inserts). Retail is $450. I did a fresh hot wax with Bluebird all-temp as well. $250 shipped

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Too narrow for me but board looks tight.
Good luck with the sale.
What's the base look like?
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Too narrow for me but board looks tight.
Good luck with the sale.
What's the base look like?
Base pic below. For anyone looking at the SL 155 or Agent Rocker 155 this board specs out almost identical to both of those in terms of WW, EE, camber profile, etc., though it's a true twin

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Bump for update/price drop. I rode this for a 1/2 day yesterday, and as I suspected it's pointless to have this and the SL in my quiver, given how similar they ride. No damage to the board whatsoever, and it still looks brand new aside from some very slight marks where the bindings were. $220 shipped to U.S.
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