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  1. #1
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    Naish surfboards?

    Has anyone heard or know anything about these surfboards? found some good prices on them : http://www.realkiteboarding.com/inde...alog&catID=864. Just wondering what kind of quality they are.

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    Haven't riden any of there surf boards but their SUP and Windsurfing boards are great. Naish has been around the windsurfing comunity for a long time and are inovators there. I would also be surprised if REAL would promote a product that wasn't good quality and performed as well. They have been around a while too and have become a major player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by super fish View Post
    Has anyone heard or know anything about these surfboards? found some good prices on them : http://www.realkiteboarding.com/inde...alog&catID=864. Just wondering what kind of quality they are.
    Harold Iggy has been shaping forever but some of the Naish boards on that website look sketchy to me.

    9 foot longboard set up as FCS tri fin:


    Heres how they describe a poly board with wood veneer deck.
    "The name says it all…Classic Wood. These boards can double duty as surfboards in the Summer and beautiful wall hangers in the Winter. Three-tone wood veneer. The first three we sold were going straight to the mantle, but don’t underestimate the ride".
    Last edited by mitchell; Jun 25, 2010 at 01:14 AM.

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    What?? In full trim on that board with any tail rocker those fins would be completely out of the water.

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    I took advantage of Real's "Quiver Builder" promotion, and ended up with a Rusty T2 tuf lite , leash, and tail pad for $315 brand new. Check it out, although theres not as much of a selection as there was a few months ago.
    Basically , you have to buy three boards at $300 a piece.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    What?? In full trim on that board with any tail rocker those fins would be completely out of the water.
    I'm pretty sure that the fin setup on that board calls for a triple set of 9" turbo tunnels for plenty of staying power and tip time... and speed.