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2001 CWB Robby Stru 137
Often seen with trophies. Humongous, stiff parallel edges dive into the water for hold and speed- nothing holds you back and nothing pushes you off your path. Tri-tips and linear tracking tunnels keep it on a line and Pure Flow Design keeps it clean and easy through spin and release. The 3-stage rocker creates a center sweet spot and soft landings, and we ship it with its own serial number so Struharik can't steel yours.
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Reviewer: Ryan McL.
this board has great pop and realeases smoothly off the wake. I used this while riding with my friend and the pop was phat and took my raley to the flats
Reviewer: Keith D
This board is great, my only complaint is that it’s a little heavy for my tastes. I’m more of a spinner, and this board doesn’t quite get the job done as well as I would like. (this is for the 2000 model)
Reviewer: andrew petr
robby sru really dialed in with this board, he kicks ass and so does his board. now i know why his run in shafted was the wickedest i’ve ever seen
Reviewer: ben kaminskas
This board is bad ass it is wide and have very good pop, it has smooth landings in the flats , i learned my first tantrum on it, i love the board. too bad they dont make them anymore
Reviewer: Gilmer Warshavsky
I rode my friends Stru 137 for some of the summer because my board was stolen. The parallel edges allow the board to track extremely well and the board has awesome pop. easy to maneuver. Be cautious when hitting sliders or kickers because my friend cracked this board in half on a kicker at a local slider park. The warranty doesnt cover sliding so he is out a board.