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Old 2nd March 2010, 04:16 PM   #6
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It sounds to me as if you are at a stage in your skills development where it would make sense to purchase a used / older (like m2007, m2008) board (maybe even a sub-80 liter FSW) for half the price of a new one. You will anyhow not be able to appreciate the subtle differences between new wave boards, and by the time you get the grip on it your new board will show a lot of wear already (and be ready for an update).

Get a new top of the line waveboard later when you really can appreciate it!
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