Thread: S-TYPE 126 DRAM
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Old 6th February 2007, 12:11 AM   #5
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Default RE: S-type 126

Thanx a lot for all the information folks.

Here are the principle reasons I want to go for the s-type 126, a wood version was tested in the German Surf magazine (I used to read it when I was 14, at 34 it is still existing and is still very credible!). They perform like no other, they are fast, you can power-jibe easily (it is also reported that it turn with a narrower curve than the carve>). The 126 and 137 have a reputation for a freeride to freerace board, carves are simply freerides. The only competitor seems to be JP supersport...

I know what side cuts are, but it irritates me not to see them on the boards picture! Go and see the JP supersport for example, they emphasize all those characteristics with pop-up close up shots!
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