I have a 6' 4" Boneyard shortboard, the dimensions are 6 4 x 19 3/8 x 2 1/4 single concave. I was just curious if these dimensions are speed oriented, maneuverable, etc(p.s. its a thruster with squash tail). Its high density foam with 6x6x6 glassing. any idea how this board is made to ride?!!!! Thanks
Last edited by jim_rumen; Jan 15, 2013 at 07:18 PM.
So you buy the board first, then ask how it performs? Sounds like a big man's short board or some kind of step up (although you don't usually see squash tails on a step-up). Did you check their website? http://boneyardsurfboards.com/page3.php
I got it this summer for dirt cheap because i knew the guy who was selling it very well, and i needed a shortboard cause i snapped my old one. I rode it all fall and up till now in winter waves when we've had them- its been great for grabbing rail and getting little barrels, i havent taken it out in anything over 6-7 foot. It doesnt seem to be extremely maneuverable but its pretty fast down the line and is good on steep waves.