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Longbaording on snow!

Hey. So my friend took this picture of me doing a slushy slash on longboard.





It's great fun when you can't hit the slopes, I got a really nice carve feel, then it just started sliding, but I didn't lose control or anything. I think it's possible to do it in high speed and just ride on. I'm definitly trying that this spring.
And if anyone got a video of it show me. I actually have one, but it's not so great since I broke my knee recently.

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Hey, I'm looking at getting a longboard I'm 6'3" 215lbs.Any suggestions.
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Hey, I'm looking at getting a longboard I'm 6'3" 215lbs.Any suggestions.
Yeah buy the one I ride. Loaded dervish it is called, great for cruising and carving, and just tighten the trucks for downhill. Be sure to buy the stiff flex for your weight.
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Yeah buy the one I ride. Loaded dervish it is called, great for cruising and carving, and just tighten the trucks for downhill. Be sure to buy the stiff flex for your weight.
Many thank's, Loaded dervish cool name…
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