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  1. #1

    If you had to pick...

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    Which one you would you choose? 2nd one is a 6'6 heritage single fin, 1st is a Texas twister 6'5 single fin

  2. #2
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    Is that three different boards? I can't figure out what's what...

  3. #3
    yea it is 3 different single fins, i like the 3rd bc its got the best condition

  4. #4
    none of them are going to turn worth a sh*t, but if that's all I had to choose from, I guess I'd go with the cleanest: #3

  5. #5
    none of them are going to turn worth a sh*t, but if that's all I had to choose from, I guess I'd go with the cleanest: #3. It might be good for doh barrels

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    The texas twister looks like an AGP (Atlantic Gulf Pacific) single fin I had about a lifetime ago. Narrow, downrailed and thick. It didn't turn for sh!t but I guess slotted down the line it was ok for it's time.

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    I like the lines on the first one better... But I don't think they could handle a Belmar Barrel

    #bigbelmarsinglefinbarrels

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    #belmarbarrelsbreakboards

  9. #9
    I would pick a Polfer Hull Single Fin. The benefits in speed of a single fin, with the added thrust of the downwings, added drive and hold. No spin outs, no pumping, just pure bliss underfoot.

    http://polferhull.com/wp-content/upl...1/DSC_0200.JPG
    http://polferhull.com/wp-content/upl...1/DSC_0199.JPG

    http://polferhull.com/

    I weigh 180 and i ride a 6'0x19.2x2.5 @ 30 liters with a pin tail and it is hella fast but responds one a dime. Recovers speed quick and never needs to be pumped. Goes vertical, does airs, and when you push it beyond max can slide around and get into positions thrusters can't.

  10. #10
    alright so lets rule out the 2nd one respectively listed in the pictures. between the first and second which is more suitable for waist to overhead belmar barrels? 1st one has some dings and damage going for 175 and 3rd one has no damage in great condition for 275