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Rippin' Rider Review: Huckdoll
By Tyler, age 8
I, Tyler, tested the Huckdoll on a snowboard. I really liked it because I could do really cool tricks with it like 3"variols", a triple mc twist and board slides. I also like to make cool jumps with the Huck doll.
I brought the toy to Berkshire East Ski Area in Western Mass on Friday afternoons for our Ski and Snowboard club. My snowboarding friends really liked it. You can see Teddy playing with it in a picture. My sister , 4, Kelsey also liked it. I think you should change the name from Huckdoll to Huckboy. I plan to use the Huck for three more years and I am sure it will last it is so durable and flexible.
We are going to Owls Head in Canada and will continue to test it there in the snow. At our house, we have no snow now. Last year we built a snowboard park with a jump a half pipe, a table top and a berm.
We have not seen this toy for sale anywhere around. It would be a hit for example at Mount Snow, Stratton, or anywhere they are having competitions. How about a Kelly Clark doll for my sister, Kelsey!!!
I found the Huckdoll sticker on the bottom was bad. It made it not slide on surfaces.
I'm looking forward to more fun with my Huckdoll.
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