Actually I sent u a pm but it looks like the feelgood pics are still up on page 1. If you need more let me know.
They aren't very clear at all. Considering this is a 9yo board, the price is right, but need to see clear, closer pictures, especially the base. Chips are chips and are to be expected for a board this old. A flat on table pic would also help show how much camber is left in the board.
My wife had this very board in a smaller size (48) when she was learning before moving up to a '06 54 FeelGood-ES. She loves the board, but wishes it was in the 52 range. This model was a bit softer than the ES, but that's ok as long as there is sufficient camber left in it - and the base/edges are in good condition.
Ironically, she's demoed every new Burton board a few weeks ago and hated every single one of them. Next new board will be some sort of nose/tail/S rocker with camber underfoot, but she couldn't stand the flying V, camber hump styles of boards - too skittish at speed and decreased edge hold for her liking.
gidday, not sure what's for sale of not. just being on the boards makes my heart race similar to the uptrack ... wahoo..., anyhow, looking to buy J>Jones splitboard (which one, length ) ??? Malolo (length ??) Happy trails. david -Kimb. BC 250-427-4417