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wakeguru 01-23-2004 6:14 AM

This board looks pretty sweet to me. <BR>What's the word on the street?

gvw686 01-23-2004 7:25 AM

the one i saw at a shop was flat and real heavy, i didnt know they had a concave one. but the main thing i noticed was the weight

wakeguru 01-23-2004 8:06 AM

Greg, appparently it's coming out in March. <BR>It's on O'brien's website, and there is a little blurb on the front page of this site.

gvw686 01-23-2004 8:13 AM

it says something about having that slider base stuff and 12 ply so im guessing it will be the same weight or heavier

team_o 01-23-2004 8:26 AM

David - there's not word on the street because there are none on the street yet!~ It's a bummer but we are having a tough time getting them manufactured at the shop we are working with - that's why the availability is March. <BR> <BR>AS far as the weight - they should be equal in weight to most other concaves. We've got taller kick &amp; concaves (plus the slider bottom), but the deck is really dished out and we take weight out with the thumb rails &amp; end grooves. Our prototypes were awesome - you can really feel the extra control and the dished out deck makes it feel like you are riding "in" the board, if that makes sense. <BR> <BR>When they do come out they will be sweet.

wakeguru 01-23-2004 8:35 AM

Thanks Chris. <BR>The thumb rails, extra concave and the taller kick sound like good ideas - especially for a wood deck. <BR>Any indication of what the price might be?

gvw686 01-23-2004 8:36 AM

chris, will it be the same weight as the flat traffic? and what do you mean thumb rails and end grooves?


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