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WTB: Jib Board 159 or bigger

Let me know what you have and how much... Thanks
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lobster freestyle. 300.

Stiff enough for big ass jump, yet the TBT makes it catch free and very jib-able. Best board to do spins on boxes for sure.
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lobster freestyle. 300.

Stiff enough for big ass jump, yet the TBT makes it catch free and very jib-able. Best board to do spins on boxes for sure.
Very nice board, but would rather by new if I spend $300 on a deck. Thanks for the response though.
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Very nice board, but would rather by new if I spend $300 on a deck. Thanks for the response though.
Fuck, its almost new. best offer?
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Fuck, its almost new. best offer?
Those boards come small dont they? Im 6'2 and around 205 lbs. I need at least a 158 or so.
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Those boards come small dont they? Im 6'2 and around 205 lbs. I need at least a 158 or so.
Im exactly same size as you. The biggest size is 157. believe, you want nothing more for jibbing... It will let you jib but wont be a total wet noodle...
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Got a 155 www contact edge of a 58-59 way the tech is 150 shipped
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Sorry guys, a little small for my liking. Anyone else?
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[QUOTE=kdirt;651577]Very nice board, but would rather by new if I sp

Why buy a used park deck for any price? Unless it was under a 100$ and in perfect condition

One of the worst times to buy a snowboard. But luckily for you there is a perfect board for you left. I also happen to ride this myself and can vouch that it's a great deal at 4 hundo much less the 165$ price tag evo has on it shipped to your door. Its a 160 but this will allow your big body to land easy all over the mountain and not just on jibs.

Good Luck
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Very nice board, but would rather by new if I sp

Why buy a used park deck for any price? Unless it was under a 100$ and in perfect condition

One of the worst times to buy a snowboard. But luckily for you there is a perfect board for you left. I also happen to ride this myself and can vouch that it's a great deal at 4 hundo much less the 165$ price tag evo has on it shipped to your door. Its a 160 but this will allow your big body to land easy all over the mountain and not just on jibs.

Good Luck
Thanks for the heads up, but you didnt mention what it was? haha
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