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Topic: bring my board or buy one? (same poster from seattle…)
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Topic: bring my board or buy one? (same poster from seattle…)
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captainpackard

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Scotland Scotland

 

 

bring my board or buy one? (same poster from seattle…)

ok, so I am wondering. How much does a board run, are they easy to come by in Glasgow or near there?

Lookin for 7'4" or shorter. sorry you may be able to convert that to cm; our education system here in the states sucks!

well, anyway looked it up. That would be about 223.5 cm or shorter. (thank google)

Just wondering if I should bring my board or buy one due to the international oversize luggage rate.

Thanks



By:

Neil

RE: bring my board or buy one? (same poster from seattle…)

There are a few surf shops around so you shouldn't have too much of a problem finding a board.   Guess it depends how much you like your current board.

Looking for surf spots in Scotland ?

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