These boards were built for me in January 2009. They were used for the remaining part of the 2009 winter and the entire 2009/2010 season. The boards have been in storage for this entire winter due to injury. Each board has seen about 25 days of use. Each board will be shipped with a Bomber board bag. http://www.bomberonline.com/store/ac.../board_bag.cfm
Both boards were tuned @ PTC Jan 2009 and The Speed Factory Nov 2010
Edges: 1 base/3 side, good shape & very sharp
Bases: Nearly flawless, light structure, & no deep scratches or gouges. Fresh coat of Dominator Graphite Zoom wax.
2009 Coiler Stubby 173 Metal – Ruskola Red/Black topsheet
These boards were all the rage two seasons ago. You don’t see them up for sale because they are still so much fun to ride. This board is an absolute blast and is very fast, damp, and stable. The size is perfect for East Coast trails and the ice grip is IMPECCABLE!!
Built for rider ~175lbs
Running Length: 157cm
Sidewall: T173 STUB 20 09GP1-6.4+4.5
2009 Coiler All-Mountain 172 Metal – Blue/Black Tribal topsheet
The All-Mountain is a really fun board. It’s softer and more playful than the Stubby. The shorter sidecut and less taper makes it turn like a big slalom board. It’s an UNBELIEVABLE ride in soft snow, spring corn, and mashed potatoes.
Built for rider ~175lbs
Running Length: ~148cm
T172 AM 21.5 09GP2 – 6.8+4
I’m pretty anal about the condition of my gear so just to point out a couple things so there are no surprises for you….both boards have some minor lift line scuffs on the tail and some very small, tiny nicks along the sidewalls which are all purely cosmetic. On the Stub - just two other cosmetic things that need to be pointed out - in a lift line incident a skier shaved down a thin layer of the topsheet graphic just above the tail along the edge of the topsheet/sidewall. It’s just cosmetic and I used a black Sharpee to camouflage it. Also, in another lift line a skier ran their pole across the tail and put a 1mm scratch in the topsheet that runs several inches long across the tail. On the AM - just above the tail there is a small chip in the edge of the topsheet/sidewall from clipping an East Coast frzn grn ice cube on a heelside carve. Pictures are available below.
Otherwise, the topsheets are shiny and both boards look great!
(Stub on left & AM on right)