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Old 02-23-2014, 12:37 PM
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With this board we have five. Just too many boards to take with us all the time. The Fang Tail ended up just a bit too small for me (end of summer weight) and to big for my daughter. In the end if it doesn't sell it won't be a big deal for me. I still really like it and will still ride it, just not as much as I think a board like this should be ridden.....
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Old 02-23-2014, 01:14 PM
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With this board we have five. Just too many boards to take with us all the time. The Fang Tail ended up just a bit too small for me (end of summer weight) and to big for my daughter. In the end if it doesn't sell it won't be a big deal for me. I still really like it and will still ride it, just not as much as I think a board like this should be ridden.....
Same case for me. Too many boards, not enough time to ride them all
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Old 02-26-2014, 02:05 PM
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You missed the Soulcraft fangtail that apparently just sold. That is a sick board, but if you want a skim check out James Lovett's Mendonesia model.

On another note, though, your Koal is a solid intermediate surfstyle board capable of 3's, airs, etc. Always fun to get new toys, but don't expect huge progression with just a new board. Review your fin setup, your wake, watch videos of the pros, also very helpful to film yourself to see the small things that make a big difference when doing tricks.
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