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    Santa Cruz Pumpkin Seed

    Just bought a pumpkin. Board is soooooooo sick! Great for mushy surf and an overall great board. Wish i would have had this board during the fall/winter months. Anyone else have this board?

    Here are the specs:

    LENGTH: 62
    NOSE: 14.50
    WIDTH: 19.75
    TAIL: 14.50
    THICKNESS: 2.37

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    pumpkin

    That board is sick. Bet its got great versitility, works with a lot of conditions, can't go wrong? The thickness and fat nose is a nice combo. Did you order straight from Santa Cruz, how much did you drop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickzilla720 View Post
    That board is sick. Bet its got great versitility, works with a lot of conditions, can't go wrong? The thickness and fat nose is a nice combo. Did you order straight from Santa Cruz, how much did you drop?
    Dude ive only had it for like 3 days and there has been no surf on LBI, sucks! Wanna see what she can do! I bought it from a local surf shop for $600 welllll worth it man. I was getting jaded on my piranha and this board is very similar but better! IMO. Its great for mush to overhead + grab one man if your funds allow you to do so.
    Last edited by Decapod; Aug 5, 2008 at 04:04 PM.

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    How do you know how it performs if its been flat? Especially overhead, come on dummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chong View Post
    How do you know how it performs if its been flat? Especially overhead, come on dummy.
    because i demo'ed the board earlier this year DUDE. i finally saved enough money this year to buy it. and like i said its super similar to my rusty piranha shape, width, concave and thickness wise. the pumpkin is a rounded pin and my piranha is a swallow so we shall see.

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    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
    MD
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    What are the dims?

    I have heard they are nice boards and that Santa Cruz makes pretty sweet tufflite models, I would consider getting one vs. a RNF or something along those lines just because it seems like it could take more of a beating and being a mid level beginner I can still be rough on a board, especially in mushy, shore break conditions. I am excited to hear more about the board once the East Coast gets some swell again.

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    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
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    santa cruz is such a good company, i have a 5'5" g-deck.... you get a free fitted board bag, and glass fins... i'd say they're probably the best company for epoxy boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ...LostInFlorida View Post
    santa cruz is such a good company, i have a 5'5" g-deck.... you get a free fitted board bag, and glass fins... i'd say they're probably the best company for epoxy boards.
    Def. dude. When i tried this board out i was so stoked man. I was kinda iffy at first being a loyal rusty rider but this board changed that super quick. All we need now is......Waves!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCus View Post
    What are the dims?

    I have heard they are nice boards and that Santa Cruz makes pretty sweet tufflite models, I would consider getting one vs. a RNF or something along those lines just because it seems like it could take more of a beating and being a mid level beginner I can still be rough on a board, especially in mushy, shore break conditions. I am excited to hear more about the board once the East Coast gets some swell again.
    I'd say this board could be good for anyone, from beginner to pro status. Ill let you know how it holds up over time being that this is my first santa cruz. When i rode it earlier this year the feel of it was raaaad, super adaptable in alot of different conditions.

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    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    south bethany
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    yo i got one of those.. i love it. i dont think i ever want another board.. i just put a smaller trailer fin on but havent had any days to really try that out and see how well i could do some cuts with it though.. but i took it out during bertha and in may after that noreaster worked wonders especially for a begginner like me