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    Picked up 6'8 Torq on CL for 140. Wanted to get a funshape for the smaller days.

    The board was insanely heavy and I did not like the way it paddled. Sold it two days later on CL for 350

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna Kai View Post
    Well put, just what I was thinking. If the shaper knows how to glass properly, I think the two materials feel virtually indistinguishable.
    Right on. And I think it's indisputable that most Epoxy boards last longer since they are more durable in most cases.

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    just got a torq 6'3" for my grom-ette. a step up from her 5'8"costo cbc sushi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obeyville View Post
    Picked up 6'8 Torq on CL for 140. Wanted to get a funshape for the smaller days.

    The board was insanely heavy and I did not like the way it paddled. Sold it two days later on CL for 350

    yesssss

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    Quote Originally Posted by metard View Post
    just got a torq 6'3" for my grom-ette. a step up from her 5'8"costo cbc sushi
    Perfect next boart for her dude. Hope all is well, sounds like it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna Kai View Post
    Well put, just what I was thinking. If the shaper knows how to glass properly, I think the two materials feel virtually indistinguishable.
    I disagree with this. I used to favor poly boards, then came to realize that the first few EPS / Epoxy boards were probably not very dialed in volume/rail wise. Then i got a couple EPS / epoxy that I really like. They definately feel different than poly in a good way! Lighter weight, more responsive in small waves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitchell View Post
    I disagree with this. I used to favor poly boards, then came to realize that the first few EPS / Epoxy boards were probably not very dialed in volume/rail wise. Then i got a couple EPS / epoxy that I really like. They definately feel different than poly in a good way! Lighter weight, more responsive in small waves.
    My poly boart feels dead compared to my epoxies. I know what you mean.

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    I've got a crappy pop out fun shape for crappy summer days. Its a wave catching machine. Worth the 45 bucks on CL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riley Martin's Disgruntled Neighbor View Post
    I've got a crappy pop out fun shape for crappy summer days. Its a wave catching machine. Worth the 45 bucks on CL.
    I too have a crappy pop out NSP 7'-10" for those lack luster 2" days that I picked up some time ago, a really fun board and if some jerk wants to cut you off....haha...just run 'em over...indestructible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metard View Post
    just got a torq 6'3" for my grom-ette. a step up from her 5'8"costo cbc sushi
    This is where i think they fit in and what they are good for. I wouldn't buy one for myself, but kids who are gaining interest in surfing but I'm not sure they are committed enough to take them to a shaper, definitely.