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||5'8, 155 lbs
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|8/14/2010 11:54:24 PM
||looks sweet. how much are you looking for?
|6/16/2010 10:22:06 PM
||haha, you'll get a real thrill from the bigger waves then. yeah it's great being out there just with a couple of mates, sharing the waves with little competition until dark.
|6/16/2010 10:19:23 PM
||yeah veng have a go, I doubt you'll be disappointed. I'm a bit annoyed about the newest xbox, as I only bought the old 360 four months ago. sucks
|6/16/2010 10:12:33 PM
||great, thanks for all your help. I'm going to make my order in about a week.
|6/15/2010 4:35:35 PM
||oh okay, well I'm buying everything, so I'll make sure to avoid any switch up of bindings-boots. thanks for the urls, I was really interested in getting white boots but couldn't find a lot in stock. I see the rome marshall comes in the white-silver and I'm a real fan of that design. measured my feet a couple of days ago and took a look at all my shoe sizes. they're right on 25cm or a tad over and I have pairs of size 41(EU), 7(US) & 8(US) shoes. so in the marshall chart that foot length lines up with the 7.5 (24.8cm) or 8 (25.4). with the 7 & 7.5 in stock, would you advise buying 7.5? Is that how much room there is in the shoe or what size your foot should be to comfortably fit? in turn, would the Flow M9 Bindings in medium be suitable? the size chart says they correspond with boots up to size 9, so that should be a good fit right? thanks for all the help. in the past I've always rented out boards and boots so I want to get it right buying them.
|6/15/2010 3:49:19 PM
||happy birthday, still in your prime, don't doubt it!
|6/15/2010 3:47:46 PM
||yeah you can get some pretty cheap second hand boards, but the new surfboards can empty your pockets. well it's similar in the sense that snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing all basically involve similar movements. with surfing though, there's less ride time, more strenuous time spent paddling out to the break after each wave and then more time spent not breathing when you're underwater. BUT beaches are free and you can enjoy the sun, sand and babes. I don't surf in winter, that's for sure.
|6/15/2010 3:39:16 PM
||oh shame shadowrak, while it was running reach was sweet. I reckon part of bungie's thinking behind reach is actually to combat the dominance of CoD online, so there you go.
|6/15/2010 3:34:00 PM
||haha rook, do you try the same thing on public transport? usually the ticket inspectors will then ask for a number to ring your parents and confirm all the details you've just given. let's see the clips of this!
|6/15/2010 3:26:23 PM
||Hey, thanks for the response Kerner. So would you advise against guys getting women's boots? I'm a pretty small guy's shoe, like a 7-7.5 US mens, which lines up with about the 8-8.5 womens. My feet are pretty small for a guy, but I'm not sure if they're wide..do you think the narrower cut would make them inappropriate? And is there any negatives to the softer flex?
|6/14/2010 7:39:54 PM
||Oh and my tag is: cuztank
|6/14/2010 7:27:15 PM
||How are surfboard prices in america? I've noticed that in Australia surfboard prices compare a little unfavorably to snowboard prices, possibly because of the beach lifestyle and demand for surfboards over snowboards.
|6/14/2010 7:24:30 PM
||Anyone else a huge fan of Halo: Reach? That game's going to be great if the beta's anything to go by.
|6/14/2010 7:22:36 PM
||Is there any structural difference between men's and women's boots? Apart from the obvious smaller sizing of women's shoes, have the boots actually been made to fit or mould any differently? Is there any reason why they're for men or women other than the styling? Thanks
|6/14/2010 7:10:00 PM
||Student, but call for a charity foundation. Future shrink.
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