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Jim
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Footbag Stuff

Post by Jim » 18 Jan 2006 08:12

I have some old footbag stuff that I haven't used in years that I need to get rid of. I doubt anyone here wears size 14 lavers but I have about 4 pair of them. I also have a size 15 pair of New Balance CT520's. If anyone wants a dead Lonn Irish bag (blue/yellow) I'll sell that too. Is Lonn even stitching for the public anymore?
- sz. 14 climacools
- sz. 14 nastase's (nice)
- Where the Ripwalk Ends DVD
- Lions Den DVD
- True Playas VHS
- Balance of Power DVD

PM me for prices

-shredjj



*update: all the dvd's and the lonn bag are sold
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Post by mosher » 18 Jan 2006 09:23

ssssssssssssssssold to tom mosher!

the shoes are still up for grabs though.
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Post by Bander87 » 18 Jan 2006 11:35

Theres a flipsider DVD?

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Post by sen » 18 Jan 2006 11:39

Ripwalk's on DVD???

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Post by SandWraith » 18 Jan 2006 15:31

Is everything sold except the enormous clown-shoes? :(
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Post by Wasabi » 18 Jan 2006 15:52

Damn my size 9 feet. :(
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