If we are looking at the 10'5" in the video the main advantages all stem from elimination of the noseriding/trick surfing handicap. The difference in he water compared with standard longboards can be seen in the video: they carve effortlessly without the need for time consuming board walking.
A few waves on the 10'5"
Thanks for the video. Next time I run out of weed an can't fall asleep.......zzzzzzzzz
Who's the other dude on the roy board in the helmet? Any footage of him? I'd be interested to see someone other than you riding your shapes.
Roy how do you convince other people to wear those space helmets out in the lineup?
I've checked with the lads and they don't mind me posting their rides so I'm uploading them now.
Inside Whale Bay is a fun little section, and I'm glad that we could use it as the point at Manu Bay was taken over by a club comp.
There's a documentary about wooden boards in Maine and you'll all be able to see me on the Makaha !!! It's coming out in June but so far some good rides have been filmed and I even snag a tube section and shoot the pier. This video has all sorts of wooden shapes and various kooks like me chugging along in some Maine coast rollers.