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hugegunns

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I recently bought my son a Skimboard Surfer set from Banzai. I never heard of the sport until I bought it, but I must say it is sweet. It basically allows you to surf in your back yard, which is different because I live in central Oklahoma. Apartly you can also surf in sand with the board as well.
 

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Nice.. looks pretty sweet. You gotta have a decent size yard... what if he falls? Must hurt..?
 
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Nice.. looks pretty sweet. You gotta have a decent size yard... what if he falls? Must hurt..?

Kids have to fall, it teaches them what not to do next time. Trial and error is all part of development.

I want one! :methman:
 
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falling is all part of the fun1!!!
 
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Isn't that called a Slip n slide?
 
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After a while the ground becomes soggy and it doesn't hurt to fall. One thing that does hurt is the board it is made of wood.
 
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Ya, growing up here in Florida, we loved to hit use those boards when the waves weren't up. They are a lot more fun at the beach because you can ride them into the waves and do more tricks like backflips and things.
 
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