THERAUCE

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  1. THERAUCE

    VX 119

    THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
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    2006 VX 119 615 jumps great condition Brand new lines just installed (JVX lineset) amazing first crossbrace for a bigger guy will pay for shipping in the US

    $700.00

  2. Appreciate the feedback guys, ultimately I reckon I’ll just keep jumping and improving and not really give a shit about what some people think.
  3. I am a relatively new comer to this sport. I really love everything about it. But something that I have noticed that bothers me is that some people like to use your jump numbers as a means to look down on you. I mean I understand the safety factor of asking someone how many jumps they have for a particular style of jump (angle flying, head down, exc) just because you really shouldn’t be doing those without a good amount of experience. But just in daily conversation or when asking to jump with other people I hear the “how many jumps do you have?” And I feel like it’s almost a big fuck you. I don’t understand the stigma behind it. Maybe I’m being crazy what do you guys think?