Matador Quad Fish - 6'6"x 21 3/4 x 2 3/4 - east coast shaped board i bought last year, used maybe 10 times. super floaty as you can imagine. good for a big guy or stepping down from a longboard. ride as a twin or quad. bought as an in between board from my 6'0" and 9'0" but i rarely ride it. board is 9.5/10 excellent condition - $350
RAT Crimo Cadillac - 6'0" x 20 x 2 1/8 - custom made board from cali i picked up in a bind. bought it last summer have not ridden since. board is 8/10 good condition.- $260
i will consider trades, a fish around 6'0" or something retro-ish. would even consider a longboard. but please don't offer me your beat up yellowed dinged up stick or big gun, only interested in quality ridable boards. both these boards are solid and ready to surf today.
yeah the 6'0 is pretty sick, suprised not much interest in it with winter coming and all. its got nice volume in the nose, good for paddling with a 5 mil. i do need to unload it..at least one of these boards..too many boards!
The RAT looks sick, but it doesn't look like a winter board to me. Looks like it would excel in mushy stuff
yeah thats another way to look at it, to each their own, ya know. it does get into mushty stuff well. personally i prefer a fish for mushy stuff though. the reason is said good for winter is more volume, easier paddling, as we'll be covered in 5 mil of rubber in a few months.
I may be interested in 6'0. Im 5'8 180lbs. How you think this will work for me?
i think its right on the money, it floats me more then great and im 5'7 160 lbs, its just not my go to board. i'm more of a fish guy when its bigger then longboardable. the board in my opnion is made for someone who wants more float/paddle/waves then they would get on a traditional thruster. feel free to check it out - i am in the ocean/asbury area.