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01-16-2014 11:49 AM
Kevin137 They always make good artwork in the man cave, i have a Smirnoff Ice board that was made by Nitro as a Promo, actually a very good solid board, and i learnt to ride on it, but after 2 seasons, i progressed and the board became artwork...

At the time, there where that many available in the UK they where making about £50 new, and the board without the graphics was about £350 for the same exact model...
01-16-2014 11:25 AM
Fig760 No offense taken that's pretty much answered my question thanks a lot ! I'll just hang it on my wall or something haha thanks again man
01-16-2014 01:44 AM
lab49232 Sounds like an obvious promo board. Sometimes you get lucky, most often, and no offense, they are cheap boards used as promotional pieces only. is the sidewall flush or does it look like the top sheet caps over everything down until the metal edge? If so (and it likely is as most promo boards are) it's a cap construction board. With the exception of a few models it's the lowest model of board you can buy and built on tech from years ago. Cap construction use to be the go to but is now a sign of poor quality compared to most laminate constructions. If you're selling it sell it for the promo material, if riding it probably fine for a beginner board, not great for progression or performance but would make a great rock board for early and late season.
01-16-2014 12:48 AM
Fig760 Haha why would yu wanna paint over a hot girl in a bathing suit ?
01-15-2014 11:10 PM
CERBERUS.lucid Donate them to me for snowboard art... I'll paint it up.
01-15-2014 11:00 PM
Fig760
Skyy vodka board

Anyone have any info on these boards ? I looked online but couldn't really find anything. Any info would help I'm tryin to get rid of it I already have two boards.

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