(posted on Apr 03, 2015)
Hi I was wanting to know if a large sized board would be to big for me because I am 14 I weigh 120 and Iam 5,11 but I know I will grow a lot more in the future
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That being said, even with a significant growth spurt, we feel a size Large would be much too big for you at the moment. A size small would ideally fit you, and even give you some room to grow (100 - 155lbs). If you were a little worried, then you could potentially get a size M (medium), but we wouldn't go any bigger than that to allow you maximum maneuverability. We hope this helps!
(posted on Mar 03, 2015)
Hi exile, do you ship to South America?
And if yes, is free shiping with orders over $100?
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We can ship anywhere in the world. Unfortunately the free shipping option is only for orders within the United States. We hope this helps!
(posted on Feb 24, 2015)
hi i just ordered an ex1 and i am 90 pounds i was wondering if 5/8 would get me out to the waves just as well as 3/4. The only reason i ask is because on the forums people say 3/4 is better for getting out to the waves
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That being said, 5/8" thickness is proven to work just fine as long as you are within the weight recommendation for the board. 3/4" simply improves the float of the board. We hope this helps!
(posted on Feb 04, 2015)
is it possible to get a custom skimboard with the top snow white and the resin art like brad domke pro model
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This is a fairly complicated question due to how each board is constructed. Please e-mail us for a detailed answer.
(posted on Jan 25, 2015)
do you guys ship to the caribbean
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That being said, yes. We can and do ship to the Caribbean and most places around the globe.
(posted on Jan 25, 2015)
is it possible to get the ex1 exactly like brad domke pro model with his signature.
Unfortunately we don't make Brad's pro model in any materials other than the Double Carbon Fiber Epoxy. If you want his pro model, you have to get his pro model.
(posted on Jan 23, 2015)
How long would it take to ship a custom board to St.Louis?
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That being said, typical production time is about a week and half to two weeks to build, and then about 5 business days to ship to most places. We have the quickest turn around time in the industry!
(posted on Jan 20, 2015)
i weigh about 190 what size do y'all think i should get is large to small?
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That being said, a size L could definitely work for you if you are fast, and/or skim more powerful waves. If that isn't the case, you may want to consider the XL size.
(posted on Dec 03, 2014)
could u make this a fish tale?
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That being said, the EX1 is only available in the Hybrid Shape in the designated thicknesses. For a Fish tail, you will need to go with our Recruit materials or higher.
(posted on Nov 30, 2014)
Hi, I am 5'4 and 120 pounds what size should I get thanks
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That being said, a size S (small) EX1 should be a proper size for your weight.
(posted on Nov 23, 2014)
I was looking at the Sam Stinnett pro mdel board and I really like the design on that board. Would it be possible to have the design from the Sam Stinnett pro model on the EX1? Also, I am around 5'3 112lbs and im expecting a growth spurt. Should I get a medium size board?
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That being said, you could get a "similar" look to a Sam Stinnett Pro Model in the EX1 materials. We could copy the bottom art, and you could choose either black or yellow for the top of the board. To get all the features such as the pro shape, Sam rocker, etc.. You will have to actually go with a Sam Stinnett pro model.
Even with a significant growth spurt, we feel a Medium size might be a little big for you. We feel fairly confident that a size small should work just fine.
(posted on Nov 12, 2014)
I weigh about 120 pounds would it be ok if i get a medium.
For prompter responses please e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org. To answer your question, you could certainly go with a size Medium. It may feel a little big on you on days when the waves are a little closer to shore and/or more powerful. If you think you will be having a growth spurt it could be a very good idea.
(posted on Nov 09, 2014)
what is the shipping price to florida and can i only get the board online?
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(posted on Oct 30, 2014)
Can you have a fully cherry red EX1 board?
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(posted on Oct 28, 2014)
I have been considering purchasing and EX-1 skimboard, I am about 5 7' and 135 lbs and I was thinking about getting a medium. I was wondering if you would be able to put the American flag on the bottom of my board. the top would be snow white.
Thank you for your considering the Exile EX1. While we are clearly bias we believe it's the best skimboard in its class hands down! A Medium size should definitely work for you, and would even leave room for growth. Please e-mail us regarding the art on the bottom. We can do all types of art on the bottom of boards, but the conversations tend to get lengthy, and more appropriate for e-mail. For prompter replies and to discuss art please e-mail email@example.com
(posted on Sep 13, 2014)
you ship boards to Europe??
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(posted on Sep 11, 2014)
hi I am a pretty advanced skimmer and am looking to bost my game up to some bigger waves is this the right board for me
RESPONSE: Hey Phillard, Thank you for your interest in Exile Skimboards. For more prompter responses to questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Ex-1 is an excellent board and has been a quite popular choice with customers lately. The Ex-1 is made with extra reinforcement to sustain tough wave conditions. If you skim everyday in bigger waves, then you might even want to consider getting a double carbon fiber epoxy board. The Ex-1 starts at $299 and the double carbon starts at $459. Both are excellent choices of boards and you can't go wrong with either of them. If you have any more questions, feel free to email us at info@exileskimboards or give us a call at (949)-492-0284.
(posted on Sep 08, 2014)
hey i am 160 lbs and want a board that will last my weight through highschool... I play football and workout alot so i am gaining weight in muscle.
should i get a medium or large? And can you send me all the colors of the customizable boards.
RESPONSE: Thank you for your interest in Exile Skimboards! For more prompter responses to questions, please email email@example.com. I would definitely go with the large, if you are still working out and planning to gain more muscle throughout high school. Depending on your price range, you can even upgrade materials, to The Recruit. The Recruit is $40.00 more then The Ex-1 and is made with an upgraded resin system. The Recruit comes in all shapes that we currently have; the pro shape, the hybrid shape, dude cruise, or Chub Scout. The Ex-1 comes in only the hybrid shape. Both are tremendous boards and are great choices to think about when deciding on what board you want next. For our color choices, please visit our website, www.exileskimboards.com. Once you have gotten to our homepage, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page. You should be able to see a small picture of our online catalog. Click it. Go to page 007 and you will able to see our color palette options. For any more questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (949)-492-0284.
(posted on Jul 30, 2014)
I'm deciding whether I want the exile ex1 or a pro shape. What are some differences other than the shape of these boards? Also, would the pro model float better if both boards were 3/4? Thanks!
The EX1 is only available in our Hybrid Shape. If you bump up to better materials (think Recruit, and epoxy boards)the pro shape is available. So not only is there going to be a difference in shape, but also the overall strength and durability of the board. As long as you pick a proper size for your weight either shape should float you just fine! For more prompt responses, please e-mail email@example.com
(posted on Jul 26, 2014)
Do you guys ship to Brasil?
How many it would cost?
Response: Hi BR, Thank you for your interest in Exile Skimboards! For prompter responses to questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We can ship directly to Brasil but, the process is very long and pretty pricey. We have a distributor by the name of Andre who you can email and get in contact with in regards to purchasing a board. His email is email@example.com. For any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
(posted on Jun 27, 2014)
If you are looking to purchase a board how can you see how the design on the bottom looks and also the color combinations of the board?
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(posted on Jun 12, 2014)
hey exile... ive been skimboarding for a few years and want a board that cant slide fast and get me out to deep waters to ride the waves. would this be a good board or is this more for flatground small waves??
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The EX-1 is the perfect board for sliding out to waves and riding them. It's specifically designed for riders who are just beginning to ride waves.
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(posted on Jun 03, 2014)
I'm just starting but I' wanna ride some big waves , and I want to go straight to a good board and learn from there instead of upgrading and upgrading , and I want a board that can float well and I can surf some waves ! what board do you recommend ?!
RESPONSE: Hi Jolly, The EX1 sounds perfect for you. It can definitely get you up and running and can definitely help you to ride some waves. It is a great all around board!
(posted on May 14, 2014)
I'm comparing this board to the customizable recruit. I have the basics of skimboarding down, but i'm having trouble reaching waves on my current board. I live in Oahu and need a board that is fast and maneuverable enough to get me out to the far out waves. I'm 5'7 and 150 pounds. Which of these two boards should I go with, and what size?
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