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Postby Sito » 11 Jun 2005 11:06

Hi again guys,
The past season I can't find a second hand skwal for buy :( , but here in Spain we don't have too much snow, not was a good snow season , so it was not very traumatical, but for the next year this would be my options, lacroix x1 new, or easy jungle 165. ;)
I ride with alpine boards, which would be your advice for my correct shopping between this two skwals??

Thanks in advice

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Postby faxeur » 13 Jun 2005 09:44

Hi Sito.

What is your current snowboard level ? what is your weight ? How high are you ?

I've one X1 Board to sell to you for 400€ including bindings.
The board was used this season for test purposes.

I can send it to you by mail from France to Spain. Thus, you'll have to add the shipping fees to the 400€.

Please let me know on fdenoyel@gmail.com

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Postby Zarkod » 13 Jun 2005 23:44

Yes Sito faxeur is right, it depends what you want to do with this board.

Btw I think that faxer proposal is very interesting but if you are not convinced that the X1
is the board you need, I've got a 165 Fc to sell (i'm in toulouse) too.
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Postby Sito » 14 Jun 2005 21:50

Hi Zarkob! ;)
Normally I ride with 168-172 alpine boards, I don't know nothing about skwal but perhaps 165 would be a size a bit little for me comparing with my alpine-size, I think.


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Postby pete » 22 Jun 2005 17:55

if you ride a bit hard... maybe you'd prefer a X1, cuz the 165 is kind of a beginner board (but nonetheless very enjoyable ;))
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Postby Sito » 22 Jun 2005 19:10

Hey Pete,
Just, I have bought an X1, so I'm a newbie member in the skwal community :D , I'm very impatient in know how the skwal goes compare with my alpine style& boards, I'll test the X1 in an indoor near of my home, when I received it. Hope that the felling will be good. ;)

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Postby albertofornasier » 13 Mar 2006 23:41

HI Sito,
do you heard from Tomahawk? Where do you live in Spain? I have lived for 6 months in Ciudad Real, and i went some times to Granada ..Have you ever been skiing there? Is it Sierra Neavada good for Skwalling?
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