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Thread: Quiver Thread...Post 'em up!
Sep 26, 2013, 12:17 AM #61
Sep 26, 2013, 12:30 AM #62
if i had to choose a favorite, i'd probably go w/ the octafish b/c it's so versatile...it really will go in just about anything. w/ the way the tail is pulled in & the volume distributed, i feel like it'll still hold up to a couple feet OH unless it's super critical, then the relatively flat entry rocker would work against you on the take off.
the egg is also a super versatile design, made more so by adding the bonzer configuration to it. the main difference between this & say, a 6'0" hypto krypto (other than bottom contour & fins) is that the tail on the wynn isn't quite as pulled in. of course, the extreme cant of the bonzer side fins & size of the center fin would compensate for that, allowing you to still get high & tight in the pocket.
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Sep 26, 2013, 03:20 AM #63
7'4" Todd Sutz (Island Inspired) Funboard
6'10" Gary Wilson Egg
6'8" Phil Taylor Zero
6'4" Kechele Grinder
About to sell the funboard and buy a 10' nose rider.
Sep 26, 2013, 03:28 AM #64Senior Member
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Right now, I have 2 boards: a 6'4" Quite Flight "Atlas" for medium waves and a 5'8" Lost "Couch Potato" for small waves (all I got is my sh*tty cell phone cam right now...won't subject you to that)
I should probably get something for larger waves, again, but, after discovering snowboarding in 2006, I've just been jamming up to the mtns after winter storms.
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Sep 26, 2013, 12:21 PM #66
this again? reminds me that I need to shake some ni66az down and collect a few of my loaners. Maybe I'll finally go pick up my repair from Austin, only been ready for a month...
Sep 26, 2013, 01:37 PM #67
i have more than one board b/c i don't believe in the concept of a "quiver killer". i believe that to be a well-rounded surfer, one must be prepared to ride whatever comes your way, be knee-high peelers or OH mackers. to that end, a minimum of 3 boards are required (at least here in nj): a longboard or longboard cheater/groveler, an "everyday" waist-chest/head high board, & a board for HH+ days. that's the absolute minimum, IMO, to make the most out of surfing on the east coast. i have more than that b/c i get bored riding a log all the time in small surf, so i also have a longboard cheater, which allows me to throw some turns in gutless knee-high waves. sometimes i don't want to surf the octafish, i want to take a more classic or mellow line, so i'll ride the bing or the wynn egg. but when it's on, there's still nothing quite like a good hpsb under your feet.
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Sep 27, 2013, 02:58 AM #70Senior Member
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