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    Nezzy Krook/Troll

    Hi,
    looking at both of these. Haven't seen any reviews for these boards, so would like to here your opinions if you have a nezzy.

    most days i ride a 6-1 rusy dwart and looking to get in waves a bit earlier and get more waves.

    thanks for reading.

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    Surfboards aren't like cars or a snowboard. Why not give it a try? Check it out in person. If it looks good go for it. The worst that can happen is you resell it. Good Luck

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    I'll help ya out if there's a link to follow to the board

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    Arby, what is the volume on your 6'1 Dwart? If you're just trying to get in earlier and catch more waves then it sounds like your issue is a lack of volume. The Dwart is supposed to be a wave-catching machine with its relaxed rocker and added volume... among other things. If you like the dwart and how it handles then perhaps adding a little more length and volume on another one will do the trick?

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    Red face nezzys

    i bet both of those boards fly like da windů..see nothing to criticize; nice colors too.

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    They both look like theyd paddle the same but I guess I'd go with the krook

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    Quote Originally Posted by TunerFish View Post
    Surfboards aren't like cars or a snowboard. Why not give it a try? Check it out in person. If it looks good go for it. The worst that can happen is you resell it. Good Luck
    If you know how to ride / turn a snowboard correctly subtle differences in boards mean a big difference in how they ride, just saying buying a snowboard is a lot like buying a surfboard except better cause snowboard shops let you demo boards b4 u buy where surf shops don't for fear of dings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arby View Post
    Hi,
    looking at both of these. Haven't seen any reviews for these boards, so would like to here your opinions if you have a nezzy.

    most days i ride a 6-1 rusy dwart and looking to get in waves a bit earlier and get more waves.

    thanks for reading.
    The trick for finding a wave catcher that can ride anything is nose rocker tail rocker and flat in the middle.

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    Best board I ever had. Guy knows how to shape.