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  1. #11
    6'3" 145bs??? 6'3" 170lbs????
    guys get yourselves some food lol.

  2. #12
    It's the ****ty summertime mush.

  3. #13
    Every fourteen year old should have no less than 10 surfboards, that's where you messed up

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Cosby's nephew View Post
    Every fourteen year old should have no less than 10 surfboards, that's where you messed up
    You're being sarcastic, right? Idk I just woke up

  5. #15
    Agreed with Erock. Probably just the wrong board for the conditions.
    But it doesn't sound too small for you. Not sure what kind of board it is, but if it's a "standard" shortboard 6'3 x18 1/2 x 2/12 does not sound small for 145 lbs.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    Agreed with Erock. Probably just the wrong board for the conditions.
    But it doesn't sound too small for you. Not sure what kind of board it is, but if it's a "standard" shortboard 6'3 x18 1/2 x 2/12 does not sound small for 145 lbs.
    It is 6'3" x 19 3/8x 2 3/8

  7. #17
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    Try putting a small fin in the back, maybe that will loosen up the bottom turn on small waves. It does sound like too narrow of a board except for barrels. Good luck.

  8. #18
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    or just stop bottom turning on small waves. def sound like you are bogging.

  9. #19
    Its not the arrow, its the archer. See link for more informative info than I gave.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfaxJKSm01s

  10. #20
    Oh... You had said 6'3 x18 1/2 x 2/12 originally. Still I think it will work fine for you in good waves. You may grow out of it quickly over the next year though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zman9398 View Post
    It is 6'3" x 19 3/8x 2 3/8