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onop575260 wrote an answer about on September 17, 2010

I went ahead and ordered the 10'6" bag, and the width juuust fits my 31" wide board. I can barely zip it up, but it works. I have the Fantaic Fly 10'6", which I believe is 4.3 inches thick. Lenght is fine. Bag seems to be of high quality, with a zipped fin opening, and a fin storage pocket inside. Seems like a great buy at this price.

Patrick

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onop575260 wrote a review of on June 18, 2010

3 5

i recently ordered a large Hydrosilk. Seems to be well made, and a little thicker then some of my previous rashguards. The sizing seemed a little more realistic then some other brands also.
I was hoping to use it for stand up paddling and windsurfing in the Bay area, but is pretty cold feeling when worn alone or even under my paddling jacket. I'm sure it would feel great on a hot day on a river or in the tropics, but I'm finding I'm just too cold often when I am using this.

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onop575260 wrote a review of on June 18, 2010

4 5

Recently ordered these booties for surfing and windsurfing. These boots seem well constructed and a good price.
Unfortunitly, I ended up returning my order. I had orded a size 11. i usually wear a 10.5 - 11 shoe. These seemed a tad short. I also have large bunions on my feet, and so these were a little tight on them.
I think they would be fine for normal feet.

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onop575260 wrote a review of on April 21, 2010

2 5

I recently bought these to use for my 10'6", 31" wide SUP board.
First thing I noticed was the the plastic construction seemed a little light, compared to the quality of Yakima products I am more used to.
I mounted these on my Yakima bar rack, which went on easily. But I worry that they would be pretty easy to steal.
I then tried to load the board onto the rack cradles, but they didn't fit the boards rails well. The worse was trying to clip the strap onto the rack and across the board. They advertise the racks as being able to hold 2 boards; I couldn't even get it to cross and hold down my board securely! The strap needs to be at least a foot longer to be useable and be able to be cinched down properly. Also, the plastic clips that attach the strap to the rack seem pretty flimsy.
These might work for shortboards, but don't see how you could be even more then 1 longboard on it.
Returning the racks.

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