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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by dirtythirty34 View Post
    Walden makes great boards, if you have ever ridden one you will understand.
    Those boards are all mass-produced in China these days are they not?

  2. #12
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    Is Walden still honestly using O'Fishl fin boxes (with the sily Z-Clips) in a 2+1 board? Thats strange...there have been advances since 1997!
    Last edited by mitchell; May 30, 2009 at 11:18 PM.

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    wow.

    yes, single fins are "retro", but this day in age they serve no purpose in the water, unless gliding along a very small, slow reef break in socal, or under an old, long log.

    Not to bring up the thurster issue that has been tossed around for years, but other than a thurster, even on a fish, I onlg dig the quad setups.

    You can play around with a thurster setup and get all kinds of cool performances. Larger middle fin, even on my 5'10 is fun. You can put little tiny ones all around and do tails slides all summer.

    If you are learning, you want a thurster setup. seriously. You can play around with "retro" ideas once you can actually surf.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by jettyhead View Post
    34- my 6'8" superwide has fcs side bites

    single fin eggs surf exceptionally well.
    Now imagine if they had three fins.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Salty J View Post
    Now imagine if they had three fins.

    i never said i didn't like the 2+1 set up. i was just advocating idea of using the single fin. different conditions, different options.