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2004 O'Brien Rail 137
The Rail series has a great mixture of simplicity and performance. Rounded tip and tails along with beveled edges give beginners the upper hand on learning to master edging. The molded in fins offer better tracking and control when you start to push yourself.
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Reviewer: Derek Rice
great beginner board. it had a lot of drag with the fins on it, but as soon as i took them off it was a fast board with smooth pop. a little heavy, but all in all, a good board
Reviewer: Mike Ward
This board is awesome! It gives great tracking, and sweet pop off the wake I can spin pretty easy too, but inverts can get tough sometimes. The landings are always just like a hot knife through butter. And the overall look is off the hook!
Reviewer: Greg Tinker
I like the 137 board, but the default bindings suck. Tongue slides down, failing to allow toe’s through opening at end of binding. Very difficult to get foot into binding, especially size 13. Solution, Buy O’Brien Ion Bindings, or Hyperlite Spin bindings... Nothing to expensive, and easy to get on. I am sure Other vendors exist, but I like O’Brien and Hyperlite.
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Reviewer: bennett hrabovsky hrabovsky
this boaed kick ass. its affordable and still pretty good. my landings are always smooth, and i can do a decent spin on it. the only problem is that the lamitate on the bottom chips on the sided easily. otherwise, a good board.
Reviewer: eric dunthorne
very good intermediate board good for up to grabs and spins.A good ride.
Reviewer: Stew Whitney
Good board, but it’s definitly for beginners