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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Thread: Naish surfboards?
Jun 24, 2010, 11:51 AM #2Member
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- Sep 2009
- Annapolis, MD
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.
Jun 25, 2010, 01:47 AM #3
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- Jan 2009
- milton delaware
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 02:14 AM.
What?? In full trim on that board with any tail rocker those fins would be completely out of the water.
Jun 25, 2010, 11:44 AM #5
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.
Jun 25, 2010, 10:38 PM #6