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mac9 07-17-2006 9:18 PM

Hey. I've been riding a Catalyst 116, which I got on sale, for a while now but it just doesn't feel right. I'm considering trying out some wood skates, so I thought I would first see if anyone had any suggestions on good wood skates that are durable. I'm 6'2" and 175 lbs. just for reference. I think the 116 was too long in the first place. Thanks in advance for any help. <BR>-Quin

notsobueno 07-17-2006 10:08 PM

Quin, Check out Oak. <a href="http://www.oakwakeskates.com" target="_blank">www.oakwakeskates.com</a> <BR>great wood decks, good feel and very very durable. <BR> <BR>there are others that I'm sure are great wood boards, but I only have experience with the Oaks.

dietwater5 07-18-2006 5:33 AM

i got an oak im selling, go to classifieds on wakeskating.com

wakedestroyer 08-13-2006 3:43 PM

I have the catalyst 112 as well bought a scape which broke first run and they gave me a catalyst which i thought was pretty cool. But I find it hard to ollie the scape felt better i could never ride the catalyst like grubb. The integrity that nick taylor ride looks good but is it just that he makes the board look good?

kampus96 08-13-2006 5:07 PM

harris...the nick taylor is an awsome board which everyone i have talked to have loved it


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