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bailey miller wrote an answer about on March 11, 2013

its a quad fish so itd be good for knee high to head high mushier waves for groveling and getting loose. Quad fin set ups are faster, and the deeper swallow tail gives you some extra drive, but the fatter shape wont be as responsive as a traditional high performance. So yeah this would be a good board for an intermediate surfer who likes to get loose on smaller less clean waves.

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bailey miller wrote a review of on February 25, 2013

2 5

I cant be the only one who hates the way this board presses, but whenever i press a box i can feel the board rocking heel to toe under my foot because of the 3d camber. Same thing with carving into a jump, when you go to flat base you just wash out. It was a good idea rome, hopefully youll get it right next time around.

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bailey miller wrote an answer about on February 25, 2013

So far so good having put them on maybe 15 hours of park tow rope sessioning. BUT, the seams busted near the thumb and the velcro closure ripped off. The palms are good, but the actual quality of the glove is disappointing.

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bailey miller wrote an answer about on February 25, 2013

By far a longboard. Look for something about 2 feet taller than you with lots of foam (wide, thick, full nose and tail.) The more foam in your board (the bigger it is) the easier it is to paddle around and catch waves with. Being a beginner, you need a big board so you can learn to catch waves and to turn across the face of the wave and actually ride it. Shortboards and Fish shapes are significantly smaller, and are nearly impossible to learn to paddle and catch waves with. They are made for performance surfing where you need something shorter to turn sharply and thrash with, but they cant be paddled in on smaller waves and ridden straight, they simply dont float enough at low speeds. Short boards depend on speed for them to plane across the water, so if you buy a short board you will have to learn to surf on big powerful waves, going fast, with not nearly as much wiggle room with your footing. GO WITH A LONG BOARD!

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bailey miller wrote a review of on January 23, 2013

5 5

Super good right out of the box, virtually no break in time, and EXTREMELY LIGHT WEIGHT. Great support behind your calf but extremely tweakable going forwards and side to side. Perfect boot if you want to shred park or street, yet it still has the support to hit jumps and haul ass on groomers. Its the perfect boot, in my honest opinion.

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bailey miller wrote a review of on August 4, 2012

4 5

Mostly surfing Charleston SC I have knee high mush day to day, with occasional swells getting head high. This thing is the bomb for groveling through the mushy waves. Has a decent amount of foam to paddle into weaker waves, thinner rails for a more responsive feel, and although its a wider board, it has a nice rounded out tail, giving you more control turning and making powerful turns easier. Future 5 fin set up is the best, hands down. In my own opinion, Futures have a more sturdy fin box than fcs, and I've never had a problem with Futures. Superbrand also has super sick airbrush designs, I have yet to see an ugly Superbrand board.

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bailey miller wrote a review of on August 4, 2012

3 5

this board is super long and skinny for a fish, and rides nothing like a fish. It turns like a fun board, has more stability with thrusters instead of a two fin fish set up. I don't like the way it rides on rail and its too much of a log for my liking. Plus epoxy is a wreck to fix, expensive and looks ugly when fixed.

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