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  1. #21
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    Oct 2009
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    Cino

    A buddy of mine loaned me his Cino 6'2'' squash tail on a recent trip to Hawaii. This thing was teeny tiny, decent amount of rocker but not too much, very thin. We were riding mostly OH-DOH waves, shaped very similar to what we see on a gnarly day back home. I'd normally use something with a lot more foam, but this board was pure f'n magic! I never got the dimensions, but I'd recommend checking these guys out if you make it out that way. I'm not sure of the cost to have them shape and ship a board to OC MD, but it would be well worth it if possible.
    http://www.cinosurfboards.com/Home_Page.html

  2. #22
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    Aug 2009
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    Monmouth Beach, NJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    Only draw backs is it duck dive like a tank!
    Ha! Absolutely, brother. I can get it under, but not very far. More like a walk back up the beach and jump in the rip type situation for me. If I take a set on the head with that big boy, I'm going backwards.

  3. #23
    i am 5'11" about 155lbs and i use a 5'10" localmotion for anything under OH then when it gets a little bigger i use a 6'8" kaos, i like the extra paddle power the 6'8" gives me compared to the 5'10" im hoping to get something around 6'2" this summer for an in between board.

  4. #24
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    Sep 2010
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    Wilmington,DE
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    Quote Originally Posted by live aloha View Post
    A buddy of mine loaned me his Cino 6'2'' squash tail on a recent trip to Hawaii. This thing was teeny tiny, decent amount of rocker but not too much, very thin. We were riding mostly OH-DOH waves, shaped very similar to what we see on a gnarly day back home. I'd normally use something with a lot more foam, but this board was pure f'n magic! I never got the dimensions, but I'd recommend checking these guys out if you make it out that way. I'm not sure of the cost to have them shape and ship a board to OC MD, but it would be well worth it if possible.
    http://www.cinosurfboards.com/Home_Page.html
    I also ride a 6'2 squash in OH+ waves.