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RE: how much is a surfboard« Reply #1 on: May 07 2007 19:05:00 »
YOU NEED A LONG BOARD. THEY COST MORE THAN A REGULAR BOARD RANGING FROM 900 USD TO 1600 USD DEPENDING ON THE BRAND AND THE SHAPER OF THE BOARD.
RE: how much is a surfboard« Reply #2 on: May 08 2007 06:05:00 »
tnx!!! BTW im from philippines!!! i wanted to knw wer to buy it???
RE: how much is a surfboard« Reply #3 on: May 08 2007 12:05:00 »
Just a suggestion... for a beginner, try renting before buying. If you buy 1 right away, (I don't know if they have demos there in the Philippines) and you don't happen to like it... you're stuck with it. For a beginner I suggest trying to learn on at least a 9'0", then you progress from there. Surf the net on how to learn, what kind of boards you would want, and most of all surfing etiquette.
SURFS UP !!!
RE: how much is a surfboard« Reply #4 on: May 10 2007 19:05:00 »
For beginners, I found through research that it's best to use longboards or what they call malibu/mal boards. And if you found the best one for you, there are those who actually sell secondhand boards :)
RE: how much is a surfboard« Reply #5 on: May 31 2007 20:05:00 »
tnx alot 4 the advice.... 9 feet board huh!!! is it to big??? i dnt have any idea...wer goin 2 surf this june...bcos its rainy day here in philippines....they told me its nice to surf in rainy seasons bcos d waves are high!!! i really appreciate ur concern guys!!!
RE: how much is a surfboard« Reply #7 on: June 09 2007 21:06:00 »
i have a longboard for sale.its as goodas new.....20,ooo.....complete and all...
RE: how much is a surfboard« Reply #9 on: June 11 2007 06:06:00 »
buying a board in the philippines might be a little iffy.. waves are not consistent unless it's surigao.. so far it seems like there's no other spots in the luzon regions. atleast not posted Im sure it's well kept secret.