Post up your carver or whatever dryland equipment you use to better your surfing.
I've been on the carver way more than I've been able to surf lately and it definitely helps me keep the small edge I have.
The deck is not an actual carver deck but I had this one that I didn't use so I just bought the trucks.
Here is my "break". It's across the street from my office and it seems to be going off every day during lunch. I follow the right-angle cracks and try to hit them with as much speed as close to the line as possible without spinning out the tail. I've gotten couple funny looks by people wondering what the 31yo white boy in khakis was doing.
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Carver quiver (Or other surf trainers)
Mar 3, 2014, 07:52 PM #2Member
- Join Date
- Oct 2012
- Venice Beach
I already have the C7 trucks with a bad ass Powell Peralta reissue. But I just recently did one better. I wanted to get the best bowl ridiing board a surfer could ask for: 16.5 wheelbase andrew kessler deck (wheelbase distance should be half your inseam, as general rule for bowl riding), 64mm, 88a wheels and the new CX.4 carver trucks. This thing rips!
Mar 3, 2014, 08:28 PM #4
Nice rides, fellas. I don't own one, but I hear so much about these on here that it has me thinking about it. At this point I'm fairly certain that Emass is a sales rep for Carver so maybe he can hook me up
So what's the deal with Indo boards? Are those things fun? Useful at all? I'm always looking for new ways to break my ankles, and Indo boards and Carvers look perfect for that.
Below is the tool that eventually got me into surfing. I got this baby way back in 1996. It's still in great shape, and considered an antique when it comes to wakeboards.
Mar 3, 2014, 09:46 PM #6
You definitely can. I was a little bit annoyed when I got one as a Christmas present from my wife but I did end up liking it. Let me know how yours works out.
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