in my opinion, if you want to rip a wave, smack the lip, go rail to rail, and crazy bottom turns, then a traditional mini simmons won't really let you do that. i like to describe it as surfing a really short longboard. at least thats the feel i get. on those super small days and the short board just isn't cutting it. and like myself, id take a shorter board over a longboard. YOU CANNOT MAKE A BOARD DO WHAT ITS NOT MEANT TO BE!!!! we have made "high performance" mini simmons, with quads, and they work great! but you loose that effect of the "mini simmons" ...
Coming from someone who lives in Connecticut, lmfao! That is probably the worst state in the country. People can't drive and all they have is Uconn basketball, pathetic. What break do you surf in Connecticut, lol?
most commonly santa barbara, otherwise when im in ct i live on the rhode island boarder which holds the best large surf on the east coast during the winter other than obx...."lmfao" kookster
lmfao. The border, you're such a local. I would settle down about the largest surf. It may hold some large surf because of the point but it lacks surf in general unless it's big. You must surf 5 times a year there. You should try surfing some heavy hollow beach break barrels instead of the mushy point stuff. It would be better for your surfing, Steven Seigal