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CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby obi one » 03 Feb 2011 23:07

http://codaboards.com/skwall.php

anybody tested them?

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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby clement » 08 Feb 2011 15:45

Hi obi one

I just ordered one tokay...
And i Will let you know when i get it and ride it!

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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby LeTounEnShort » 08 Feb 2011 17:42

that's a good idea Clement !!! let us know your feeling about it !!!!!! :D
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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby Le_Doc » 09 Feb 2011 12:13

:shock:

very nice board... I want one :P
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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby sabestian » 25 Feb 2011 18:08

And.......................? :shock: :shock: :shock:
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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby clement » 26 Feb 2011 23:59

And...I received it this week and will try it next sunday. :mrgreen:
And I will write a report after.

The service was perfect, always quick answers after e mail and only two weeks from order to delivery.
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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby sabestian » 18 Mar 2011 10:11

And.......................? :D

C'mon man, we're dying here! :shock:
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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby clement » 19 Mar 2011 06:15

hi,

the board is very good and the service quick and perfect
it is quiet wide so but no problems to ride, just a little slower than usual skwals to change edge side. It is possible to order it narrower that can be better if you don't plan to ride on powder snow.

i am sorry but leaving in Japan, i had to escape the country due to nuclear risk...so for me the snow season is finish.
I only test the board one time and i wanted to try it more before report.

a good alternative to european makers for those living in US
and the shape swallow tail lookoing is fantastic!!! everybody asking what it is!!!
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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby sabestian » 20 Mar 2011 01:31

Sorry for being such a tw@t, obviously I haven't noticed your location... :oops: Hope all goes well in Japan!

Thanks for the report on CODA board, I am contemplating on importing one but it may be quite costly. Not that European skwals are cheap, but they are definitely much more widely used and proven, so may be a safer bet. On the other hand CODAs look amazing! If they ride as well as they look, then :twisted:
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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby clement » 20 Mar 2011 05:24

i use Lagriffe models: RS 176, MR 173, MR 183 and White Ambiance.

The Coda is similar to the RS, easy and a very good all snow conditions board. Just a little to wide for me but you can order it narrower, 12cm waiste could be perfect. The board is quiet soft flex to permit 10 M radius and the grip is amazing, specially on the tail.
The Lagriffe MR models are more hard flex and you need more technique to ride them.

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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby sabestian » 20 Mar 2011 10:08

Wow! You are the man I was looking for, then! I have a hard time deciding which board to buy, and I am choosing among the boards you mentioned (apart from RS176). Could you please have a look at my thread here? http://aes-shop.skwal.eu/skwalzone/forums3/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=3445&sid=10ac753a12b6d6f9340accc23e5da776

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Re: CODA skwals - a split tail skwal

Postby obi one » 21 Mar 2011 15:26

clement wrote:i use Lagriffe models: RS 176, MR 173, MR 183 and White Ambiance.

The Coda is similar to the RS, easy and a very good all snow conditions board. Just a little to wide for me but you can order it narrower, 12cm waiste could be perfect. The board is quiet soft flex to permit 10 M radius and the grip is amazing, specially on the tail.
The Lagriffe MR models are more hard flex and you need more technique to ride them.

Clement



thanks for the review, appreciated

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