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  1. #21
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    [QUOTE=surftb15;134552]Where can I pick up a performance surf camp working on stuff like air reverse, etc? I don't compete anymore (used to) and need some recommendations. I have been working on air reverse but haven't been able to have it click yet.[/QUOTE

    maybe they can help:
    http://www.billabongcamps.com/surf-with-pro-main.html

  2. #22
    [QUOTE=oipaul;134690]
    Quote Originally Posted by surftb15 View Post
    Where can I pick up a performance surf camp working on stuff like air reverse, etc? I don't compete anymore (used to) and need some recommendations. I have been working on air reverse but haven't been able to have it click yet.[/QUOTE

    maybe they can help:
    http://www.billabongcamps.com/surf-with-pro-main.html
    Holy ****. The price of that Billabong camp is insane. I'm doing a tow in camp in December when I go home to Kauai, but that is a differnet ball game.

    Speaking of which, do you need a specific board for tow in? or can you add straps to any board?

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    [QUOTE=surftb15;134854]
    Quote Originally Posted by oipaul View Post

    Holy ****. The price of that Billabong camp is insane. I'm doing a tow in camp in December when I go home to Kauai, but that is a differnet ball game.

    Speaking of which, do you need a specific board for tow in? or can you add straps to any board?
    which camp? and it depends what you're towing into, you don't always need straps

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    Quote Originally Posted by surftb15 View Post

    which camp? and it depends what you're towing into, you don't always need straps

    http://www.hawaiianschoolofsurfing.com/school.html

    Extreme Class - they also do multiple classes in a week for tow-in. Kauai isn't always the best place for tow-in though, so we should see.