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Old January 27th 04, 07:04 PM
Torfi
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Hi All!

....a bunch of years back, there was a burton board called Asym-Air or
something like that... its something like 10 years back...
it was pretty much a merger between an asym carve board and a pipe
board...

i rode it once for two days, back then, and remember it being loads of
fun, very speedy and still pretty jumpy, too...

now my question:
are these types of boards still being manufactured by someone?

thanx!

Torfi
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Old January 27th 04, 07:23 PM
Mike T
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are these types of boards still being manufactured by someone?

I seem to recall someone is still making asyms, but I can't remember
who. They can be found on eBay though. Here's an article about
asyms, and part of the reason they're no longer an item, from a carving
perspective: http://www.bomberonline.com/articles/asymetric.cfm.



 




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