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Highline PU Surfboard
They say practice makes perfect, but it's hard to stay motivated to keep paddling out there when you're not catching very many waves. Built to help you get as much experience as possible, the Modern Surfboards Highline PU Surfboard offers an easier ride to novice-to-intermediate surfers to help them develop their skills more quickly and maximize enjoyment.
To make this board ideal for progressing riders, Modern Surfboards made it very buoyant so it's easy to paddle, stable so you can pop up with confidence, and easy to control for perfecting your turns. Requiring less effort to catch waves, the flat rocker helps the board paddle quickly into waves and maintain speed once you're up. The back half of the board sports a raised vee with double concave to offset the extra width, allowing for easier rail-to-rail transitions when turning. Full, yet still soft rails creates a forgiving feel that makes it easier to learn to link turns together. Basically, if you want to start having more fun out in the surf, you won't be disappointed by the Highline PU.
- Shortboard for progression with beginner-to-intermediate riders
- PU construction uses traditional materials for strength and flex
- Low-flat rocker paddles out with speed, and stays fast once up
- Double concave is fast and flowy, helping you link turns
- Full rails is more forgiving and adds responsiveness
- This board can be ridden shorter due to the extra width and volume
- Item #MDS000B
- 5ft 10in, 5ft 8in, 6ft, 6ft 2in, 6ft 4in, 6ft 8in
- low rocker
- [5ft 8in] 2.5in, [5ft 10in] 2.625in, [6ft] 2.75in, [6ft 2in] 2.81in, [6ft 4in] 2.87in, [6ft 8in] 3in
- [5ft 8in] 35L, [5ft 10in] 38.3L, [6ft] 42L, [6ft 2in] 45L, [6ft 4in] 48.1L, [6ft 8in] 54L
- FCSII Tri Performer
- Recommended Use
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May 14, 2018
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- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions