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2 12037 Thu March 4, 2004
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100% of reviewers $245.00 5.0



Description:
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  • Board Specifications:
    Length:139 cm
    Mid width: 16.50"
    Tip width:
    Rocker height: 2.5"
    Rocker type:
    Stance options: 20.3 - 30.6"
    Fin configuration:
    Skill level:Intermediate - Experienced
    Construction:
    MSRP:
    Web Site: Blindside.com

    Manufacturer's Description:
    Ground breaking design for 2003, a board built for speed, increased cut, and ultimate performance. Extended dished out and cupped rails with aligned parallel dual 1.5 inch fins provide a supreme hold edging into the wake. We added a large horizontal channel down the center of the tip and tail to increase stability on landing.
    Keywords: Blindside Assassin Pro 139


    snowboardcorey

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 411
    Review Date: Tue August 5, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 5 

     
    Pros: rad pop
    Cons: none

    I borrowed this board from Midwest Mastercraft and rode it last night and it is incredible. Huge, HUGE pop I was totally suprising myself taking tricks bigger than before and even bigger than I expected. My buddy Tim rode it to, he threw the biggest Tantrum of his life. Definitally recommend this ride, at first I was sceptical about the 1.5 fins being to big but fon the water they felt great, a little sticky at first but felt great after 2-3 minutes on the board.
    Bizzerker

    Registered: October 2003
    Posts: 393
    Review Date: Thu March 4, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $245.00 | Rating: 5 

     
    Pros: Smooth carves, nice pop
    Cons: A little tight on the water

    I think this board has been overlooked for too long. You can find it cheaper than any hyperlite, and feels similar to the Parks. Don't get me wrong, it's apples to oranges, but for carving and pop, it's solid. The only dislike I have is one of personal preference....the board is a little hard to break loose, even after some work at it. I'm going to try finless, but I have a feeling that a shorter fin setup will be the end fix.


     
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