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Topic: Newfoundland
Views: 71362 Replies: 160
Topic: Newfoundland
Views: 71362 Replies: 160

By:

CH

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RE: Newfoundland

Thanks!!! Appreciated socio!!

By:

CH

RE: Newfoundland

internet say what ever they need to sell the boards, what real people think is what it counts from my point of view, you may think 5'3" is to small for NL but it isn't really.

By:

salomon

RE: Newfoundland

Well buy it then, and enjoy it.  But seems to me you would be better suited with a 5'1", it is better for the pros......HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

By:

CH

RE: Newfoundland

i never said i was a pro surfer, i did said i was a pro athlete, i didnt mentioned what sport.

i got it already, i just wanted a 2 opinion, but thanks anyway man!!

By:

hc

RE: Newfoundland

Have fun there mister pro, what was that sport anyway.  I hope it was bowling. Or better yet lawn bowling. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

By:

CH

RE: Newfoundland

sure gosset!!!

By:

ch

RE: Newfoundland

Anytime there buddy!!!! My pleasure to help, hope to see you surfing that 5'3" soon.  I am sure it will be a laugh to watch.  Thanks again for bringing some entertainment to the surfing community.

By:

CH

RE: Newfoundland

no problem, i could help you, i dont mind telling you how is that i use the 5'3 or how i could even use a board 1,50m long to catch any waves here.

actually is really good option for when there isn't perfect conditions.  see ya

By:

hilroy

RE: Newfoundland

So what you are saying is that you are going to use a board that is 4'9" to catch some waves?  Are you palnning on standing up or just lying down?  U must be a Pro then....HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

By:

HE

RE: Newfoundland

that will work standing up of course, have you guys havent heard of Kitesurfing yet??

no need of wait for the perfect condition, just go and get the wave you want, how you want it.


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