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Oxess eXR 174 for Sale or Trade

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Very good condition Oxess

$800 USD shipped

Board Specifications:

  • Model: eXR174
  • Model year: 2013/2014
  • SN: 13033
  • Construction: Carbon
  • Length: 1.74m
  • Edge: 1.60m
  • Radius: 13.0/19.0 m
  • Min Width: 219 mm
  • Stance: 510 mm

Great board, I just prefer a skinnier waist. Never gets used and I need to make some room for some new toys. Bottom covered in storage wax. Has a few superficial top sheet marks that are posted below.





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Ewwwwww..   Ick.... Yuk...

Whats an Oxesseses? Never heard of them.. is it from Korea?  Can I ride it with softboots?  Is It fast?  How does it look when wet?

I can try it first right....

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Kidding of course, buy with confidence!   Great boards, great price....bullet proof 

These carbon boards give you a smooth ride, and good rebound..

Been my board of choice, cant go wrong here...

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They are hand built in Djibouti, but the top sheet is finished in Korea, I can see how you'd be confused! I actually ride hard boots in the front and soft in the rear, personal preference of course. I can get er' up to 15mph, blazing fast. Damn sexy when wet 😘😍

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1 hour ago, Mellow Yellow said:

That is a great question. I don't know. My weight has varied during my ownership of this one... rode it at 175 and 150, no issues.

So you would say it is made for 170lbs? Thanks 

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I would say 170lbs is a fine weight to ride this board...but do not know if it was made for any specific weight range. It rode great for me so I would assume it was made for a fairly wide range.

I personally did not have this board built, it was a prototype that I bought from Marcel at Oxess.

I asked Marcel @ Oxess if it was made for a certain range, will let you know if I get a response.

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