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FS - Arbor Coda, NS Premier, Union Data

I bought a ton of gear this year to try out, and these are pieces I'm reluctantly letting go.

10/11 Arbor Coda 153: SOLD

09/10 Never Summer Premier F1-R 157: Sold

10/11 Union Data size M/L Brand New: Sold

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Bump for price drop on the Coda to $300 shipped, and $165 shipped on the Datas. That's bottom line on everything, or I'll just hang on to until next season.
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Bump for price drop on the Coda to $300 shipped, and $165 shipped on the Datas. That's bottom line on everything, or I'll just hang on to until next season.
the coda still for sale? i havent posted anything on here in a while, but i've been looking for a coda. i just wish it came in a 155. i'm not sure if the 153 would feel too small at 160 pounds. how did you like the board??
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the coda still for sale? i havent posted anything on here in a while, but i've been looking for a coda. i just wish it came in a 155. i'm not sure if the 153 would feel too small at 160 pounds. how did you like the board??
Yeah, it's still for sale. This might sound disingenuous since I'm selling it, but I really liked the board a lot. I tried it along with a Rook and a Nug, just liked the Rook best for the spot it was filling in my quiver. The Coda is easily the most agile board I've ridden. I'm 150 lbs, and thought the length was perfect for me, so you'd probably be fine depending on how you plan to use it. That said, if I read correctly they are going to make it in a 155 for next year.
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Yeah, it's still for sale. This might sound disingenuous since I'm selling it, but I really liked the board a lot. I tried it along with a Rook and a Nug, just liked the Rook best for the spot it was filling in my quiver. The Coda is easily the most agile board I've ridden. I'm 150 lbs, and thought the length was perfect for me, so you'd probably be fine depending on how you plan to use it. That said, if I read correctly they are going to make it in a 155 for next year.
i believe they are, and not that it should matter much, but i'm not exactly a fan of next years graphic. i will pretty much be only riding the mid-atlantic next year so its not like i need an overly long board. hmm, decisions... if you dont mind i might take another day to think about it, but i'm still very interested. the 153 is the only thing i'm concerned with since i'm heavier than you. if i can ask, what kind of riding were you doing on it? i know that you didnt hit any rails with it.
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i believe they are, and not that it should matter much, but i'm not exactly a fan of next years graphic. i will pretty much be only riding the mid-atlantic next year so its not like i need an overly long board. hmm, decisions... if you dont mind i might take another day to think about it, but i'm still very interested. the 153 is the only thing i'm concerned with since i'm heavier than you. if i can ask, what kind of riding were you doing on it? i know that you didnt hit any rails with it.

I was looking for something for days when I'd be mostly hitting smallish kickers in the park, and buttering around, but could still take all over the mountain. It was great for that, but the Rook just felt more comfortable for me for intangible reasons. I liked both better than the Nug
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Bindings are sold.
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I was looking for something for days when I'd be mostly hitting smallish kickers in the park, and buttering around, but could still take all over the mountain. It was great for that, but the Rook just felt more comfortable for me for intangible reasons. I liked both better than the Nug
i decided i'm not going to pick up the board and wait for something larger. thanks for all the help though. hopefully you can find a buyer soon
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Bump for a price drop on the Premier. I snagged Tuan209's Heritage, so I'm a little more inclined to let the Premier go now. Down to $300 shipped.
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