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mcmaster1180 08-26-2004 2:07 PM

anyone below 200lbs can use my old surfboard real well. Whats a good board for 200lbs and above. maybe, something we can all use?

captainfreedom 08-26-2004 2:10 PM

I am 215 and have no problems riding the Broadcast. It is good for beginners as well as more advanced riders that want to do tricks. It can handle bigger guys.

priapism 08-27-2004 10:19 AM

I weigh 235. I have been able to ride the Broadcast behind one boat (without the rope that is) and not some others. My guess is I just need a much bigger wake in order to do so. It was a TON of fun though and very maneuverable. <BR> <BR>I now have a HO Kona (same as the Hyperlite Landlock). I'm able to ride it much easier and with varying wake sizes, plus it is easier for everyone.

swpmwinc 08-27-2004 11:42 AM

shred stixx makes a board for guys 200lbs and up <BR>shoreline lakeboards makes some sick boards for bigger guys also. I have 3 differnt sizes of the shoreline cant say enough positive stuff about them customer service is great

sleepyz 08-27-2004 6:35 PM

I ride the churn butter board...its a great surf board with the rubber tip....i love it...

sid7 08-30-2004 8:31 AM

Shred stixx is awesome! Jerry hooked me up with the right size and it rides awesome and very easy to do tricks too!

gb_rider 08-30-2004 5:59 PM

Phase 5 Oogle <BR> <BR>Up to 250 Ibs. <BR> <BR>

pierce_bronkite 08-31-2004 8:40 AM

I have the Liquid Force Skim Skate 54 and I weigh 205. At first I thought the board would be too small for me but actually turned out liking it better than the HL LandLock, which is a bigger board. It breaks easy (due to small fins), doesnt nose dive a whole lot and spins nice.

brettazopha 09-01-2004 3:49 PM

Try Inland surfers green room.

gotpwr 09-01-2004 7:06 PM

I second the Inland Surfer Green Room. It has to be the best "all around" board out there. It's easy for beginners and works for people all the way up to 285 lbs, but is still fun for experienced surfers.

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