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Old 08-05-2005   #11
Join Date: Oct 2003
Posts: 36
Just wanted to make a pitch for my old outlaw. I'll sell it to you cheap, cheap, cheap, especially if you don't need it for a while, as I am leaving town for a bit.
It is a great boat and super comfy. If you are kinda new to paddling it has to be one of the friendliest boats to learn in, but is also a pretty good player. It can do all the beginner moves with the exceptoin of maybe cartwheeling. I dind't learn to wheel until after I'd bought a short boat, but I am prety sure the Outlaw could do it. It is an exceptionally good stern squiter and staller.
If you'd like it give me a ring, 303 -8090483

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Old 08-05-2005   #12
loveland, Colorado
Join Date: May 2004
Posts: 317
Super Ego vs Outlaw

I have a Dagger Super Ego which is much like the Outlaw:
1. 51g vs 58 g on outlaw
2. Super Ego is 7'7" long
3. It runs rivers/creeks well as I have paddled this on the Poudre/St Vrain and Clear Creek to name a few. It is very quick and maneuverable. It will have more play as the bow is more blunt for endos and suirts. I am 6'2" with LONG legs and fit well. As stated your knees are up high which makes it comfy. The backband's do rest a bit lower than new boats, but it still can be ratched tight for a solid fit. These 2 boats are a bit edgy as the chines are well defined. Once you get to know this boat, you can put it on edge for super quick eddy turns and front/side surfing. The Ego will also punch decent size holes surprisingly well. $250 and she is yours, I'm in Loveland.
I'm selling because I have another one in Idaho.
Check the stats on under "discontinued" boats.

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Old 08-05-2005   #13
pnw, Washington
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Dude, dont want to stomp on your sales pitch but a super ego and an outlaw are only similar in the fact that they have dagger written on them.

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