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shopping for gear in Seattle

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board brained

with the CAD dollar doing so well we are heading down to Seattle today for the week. anyone have any suggestions on where to get a wake surf board? This time of year which shops have out their wake gear?

any input appreciated.....

thanks

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malibuseattle

with the CAD dollar doing so well we are heading down to Seattle today for the week. anyone have any suggestions on where to get a wake surf board? This time of year which shops have out their wake gear?

any input appreciated.....

thanks

Try Adrenaline Watersports in Bellevue www.adrenalinewatersports.com

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Bill_AirJunky

Adrenaline is great if your on the East side. :rockon:

Or Wiley's is south of Seattle by Boeing field..... http://www.wileyski.com. Their old shop is like a museum of old boating gear. Definitely take a minute & look around. Darren & his family have been doing this stuff for a loooong time.

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WakeGirl

Grizzly is another good one in that area.

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Bobby Light

Two of my favs are Bakesmarine.com and Evogear.com. Both have online stores as well as actual stores in the Seattle area.

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Malibudude

Many great dealers in the Seattle area I've used virtually all of them however, Wiley's is probably the best yet from ordering, customer service and returns of them all. Seattle Water Sports, Evogear and Grizzly Sports are other great options all very pleasant to deal with. I've never found Adrenalin to have competative prices when I've been looking.

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board brained

Awesome guys thanks......... Off to support the US economy

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ffdawg

You could also contact Inland Surfer. When I bought my boards I just got ahold of them and went right to their house on Lk Sammamish in Redmond and bought a couple out of their garage.

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Bill_AirJunky

You could also contact Inland Surfer. When I bought my boards I just got ahold of them and went right to their house on Lk Sammamish in Redmond and bought a couple out of their garage.

Jeff is the Man! We used to be able to ride by & see him jumping on his trampoline on the rooftop all the time.

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MalibuTime

Many great dealers in the Seattle area I've used virtually all of them however, Wiley's is probably the best yet from ordering, customer service and returns of them all. Seattle Water Sports, Evogear and Grizzly Sports are other great options all very pleasant to deal with. I've never found Adrenalin to have competative prices when I've been looking.

I always shop around and have found a good deal at Adrenalin on an O'Brien pair, and have bought 2 wakeboards and a slalom from Wileys. Just depends where, when and what you are looking for to get a good deal. I have also seen some killer deals in the past on slalom skis at Bakes.

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Sixball

:plus1: For Wiley's is probably the best yet from ordering, customer service.

I wish we had a shop like it here.

Very good people.

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board brained

thanks guys, went to Wiley's awesome shop, great people, one of the workers had a new puppy which kept my two daughters really busy as my wife and I decided on a wake surf board and rope. They gave us a great deal on an entry board which will work as a boat board for all..........

fyi, evo does not have their wake stuff out yet at their retail store.

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Wakes

thanks guys, went to Wiley's awesome shop, great people, one of the workers had a new puppy which kept my two daughters really busy as my wife and I decided on a wake surf board and rope. They gave us a great deal on an entry board which will work as a boat board for all..........

fyi, evo does not have their wake stuff out yet at their retail store.

What, no tubes? :lol:

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