SOLD SOLD Madd BX 166 "The Defibrillator" [photos updated below] SOLD SOLD
Spelled: "Defribillator" on the board. Actual length turns out to be 165cm long with 24cm waist. 28.9cm tip and tail
Stance width: min: 17", middle: 20-1/8", max: 23-1/4"
Not many of these ever made, and it's a shame.
Carbon fiber wing - the topsheet has a few miscellaneous light scratches - no delams. No dents or dings. It doesn't look like any repairs were ever made. No stripped inserts or other nonsense.
The base has a few light random scratches with nice structure, no gouges. Edges are sharp, with a little oxidation here and there. The edges are thin (50-60%) in one area, but mostly great with no dings or dents. Black Dakine "spike" stomp pad.
$400 SHIPPED TO USA, Paypal + 3% or "friends"
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Have a Virus BX 168 for sale. According to Frank from Virus, it's a prototype from 2014. I acquired it in 2015 and haven't ridden it at all.
The base is like new. The top sheet has marks on it from bindings. Edges are good. Camber is as original.
I'm asking $600 U.S. plus shipping, as Frank said that's what it's worth.
The markings stamped on the top sheet read 68 14 001 (168cm, 2014, 001 designates first prototype)
They really friggin’ hurt.
really though other than that.
i have a new set of drivers, I like them, sort of. They are better than the old malamutes.
So, for a long time most high end boots came in one of two configurations either a hinge type that works better but they are much softer or like the driver where to flex forward it forces the boot to deform this crushes the foot, that shit hurts and it’s because the driver has no hinge.
It looks like it’s still this way with most brands..
I’ve had a couple sets of 32s and Burtons that hinge, this is a better design, why the hell cant they just build one with a stiffer tongue?
Anyone have an answer to that?
Pictured is a hinged design.. I actually forgot I had these boots.
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