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Liquid Alpine Boards


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I have a Liquid Arc 164 with light blue/metal flake topsheet. I'm not sure how old it is. It was my first alpine board and at the time I didn't really have anything to compare it to. I personally think it was an fairly easy board to learn to carve on. Its not super narrow and is pretty forgiving. I only paid $60 for it so maybe that skewed my opinion of it some. If its in good shape and the price is right I'd give it a try.

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The Liquid was actually made by ride.

Ride made the orriginal Kildy,,,then changed the topsheet,,,,which in the day 10+ yrs ago

was a ripping deck

They were narrow because most were riding with stances around 70 degrees.

They did however loose their camber quickly and warped.

The shorter Liquid/Kildy's ran better than the longet ones,,,,still see some in Sl

today

Alan

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