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03-08-2011 07:24 PM
twin89 It will come waxed, but it is a factory wax (not the greatest) and i would prob just ride it a day, then wax, or if you are an over acheiver you could just wax right when you get it. Not gona harm anything.
03-08-2011 02:08 PM
jdang307 I got one before last year for really cheap. I believe it was an 09 model. It was ok. A bit stiff. I rode a 153 and I was 145-150lbs. Not playful at all but nice to ride down the mountain in. It was my first board, bought before I learned how to ride. It probably was not the easiest board to learn on, but I did, and here I am.

For freeriding, it's perfectly fine IMO. Although my opinion shouldn't carry much weight. I now have a Never Summer SL I just bought and rode once, and it is much more playful than the Split T.
03-08-2011 11:59 AM
melonpeel Dumb question... Will my new board come waxed?
03-08-2011 08:58 AM
Anyone know about the T9 Split T?

Found a sale I couldn't resist and grabbed one. It's a 157 wide with T9 Team Pro bindings. I'm 5'11", 190lbs, size 13 boot. It's my first board. It should work great for your average freeride type... I hope???

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