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    Shark Hunter??


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    fin socks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    fin socks?
    fin socks?

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    How awesome would it be to see someone practicing on the sand tho!! And Seldom, correct me if i'm wrong, but i thought the truly bad a$$ spongers, body surfers, etc., put their fins on in the water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leetymike808 View Post
    How awesome would it be to see someone practicing on the sand tho!! And Seldom, correct me if i'm wrong, but i thought the truly bad a$$ spongers, body surfers, etc., put their fins on in the water?
    Man...I get maybe practicing a pop up on the sand, if it's nice and early and nobody's around, but I'd probly just walk away if I saw that...that is true leetymike, but personally I'm not that bada$$ so I sit right at the water line to put my fins on.

    But man, imo, the sponge is all about tapping into the wave's energy/utilizing it to it's fullest potential. That first roll he did made me cringe...like, if you have to kick to a section to do a roll, it's not supposed to happen, imho.

    That dude actually rides similar to shark-hunter from what I've seen

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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    Man...I get maybe practicing a pop up on the sand, if it's nice and early and nobody's around, but I'd probly just walk away if I saw that...that is true leetymike, but personally I'm not that bada$$ so I sit right at the water line to put my fins on.

    But man, imo, the sponge is all about tapping into the wave's energy/utilizing it to it's fullest potential. That first roll he did made me cringe...like, if you have to kick to a section to do a roll, it's not supposed to happen, imho.

    That dude actually rides similar to shark-hunter from what I've seen
    You spotted the hunter at gansett right? I think I might have seen him there a few weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GODSxMOONBEAN View Post
    You spotted the hunter at gansett right? I think I might have seen him there a few weeks ago.
    No sir, I saw him along the south coast...but recognized the board/fins b/c he posted pics. I woulda said hi but I know he doesn't want to talk to me.

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    way too much knee bend in that kick technique to be considered a, "good swimmer"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    Man...I get maybe practicing a pop up on the sand, if it's nice and early and nobody's around, but I'd probly just walk away if I saw that...that is true leetymike, but personally I'm not that bada$$ so I sit right at the water line to put my fins on.

    But man, imo, the sponge is all about tapping into the wave's energy/utilizing it to it's fullest potential. That first roll he did made me cringe...like, if you have to kick to a section to do a roll, it's not supposed to happen, imho.

    That dude actually rides similar to shark-hunter from what I've seen
    Im pretty sure this it what wave riding in any form is all about. If you are forcing it, it tends to be noticeable.

    Was the shark hunter 5'2, maybe a buck fifteen?? Thats what i'd bank my money on.