Cuttlefish wrote:Rob takes the time to make sense of different board aspects for laymen.
Bet he rolls the eyes up to the heavens and tut tuts a fair bit in the doing too.....
so the verdict on the original question is......... ?
sort of, but not completely.....can work, but depends on how the shaper throws it into the mix.......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc8zdLQuZp0 ........ oops off on one there, but hey its friday
finlay wrote:seems a little useless to close your mind over what seems a matter of pride and surfing what you 'should' be surfing
Poo Stance wrote:Some footage for ye.
http://hydrodynamica.blogspot.com/2010/ ... -2004.html
Surfs just like me does he.
Cuttlefish wrote:Or something with a swallow tail...
http://store.diversesurf.com.au/78x-22- ... y-diverse/
Cuttlefish wrote:google Meyerhoffer and get back to me.
defever wrote:Cuttlefish wrote:google Meyerhoffer and get back to me.
Aw, please...I've seen one on the line up in my own naked eye. It's like...a friggin' VEGGIE BURGER. Either you convert to a beef eater or just give up your desire to eat a burger. You can't just combine the two and hope to get the best of both tastes...! In my humble opinion...
However, I might contradict myself here.. I think a short "longboard" template (instead of "shortboard" tail template on a longboard), might just work. That's what I have in mind. A sub-6ft egg-template, biscuity, stubby, mini longboard. Take the "glide" and "early entry" of longboarding and combine it with "versatile" and "responsive" shortboarding. For a creamy ride on 30+mph gale onshore mush-burger surf (southeast doesn't get any better than this 95% of the time...).
"mini creme egg"
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