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somebuddy 07-23-2009 1:19 PM

So I'm getting back into wakeboarding after a long hiatus and I need a new board. Back in the day I was riding a 137 Fluid and then a 136 Belmont. What boards to they have right now that would fit my style? I liked the smooth riding and nice pop of Murray's boards but it looks like his new one's are a bit different. Any suggestions?

wakerider111 07-23-2009 4:11 PM

I would have to say that Everybody's boards are quite a bit different than what they were before. I have not ridden the murray, but heard lots of great things about it. it is his first board to incorporate any kind of 3 stage rocker as i understand it. The TRUEST "hybrid" rocker on the market. the edges are continuous with a threestage kind of thing down the middle. hopefully i am doing the description justice? afterall, murray is stil as smooth riding as he ever was and i am sure the board reflects that <BR> <BR>anyway. If you can, allow yourself some time to explore different boards (AND BOOTS) from different companies and different technologies and cores. I would totally understand if demoing is inconvenient for you (it is for me), but if at all possible, take advantage of it!

johnsvt 07-23-2009 4:24 PM

The current Murray is a nice board.

somebuddy 07-23-2009 4:33 PM

Cool thanks. Yeah, I would definitely love to demo all the boards, but that's not very convenient. Hopefully I can narrow it down to two or three. and then I can go out. I think I want to try the Murray, the Ronix One, and the Watson. <BR> <BR>PS did you ever know any Barbers in Page? My buddy Chris used to live there.

wakerider111 07-23-2009 10:00 PM

I went to school with a Jill Barber, but did not really know the rest of her family if she is related


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