mealy wrote:I saw you get a couple Butthole, I was on a peak a little further over from you. Nightmare walking back up the cliff with a log though eh!?
I've been surfing my longboard the last couple of days and have had a blast, decided to upgrade my Longboard House allrounder and now looking at a progressive noseriders.
Alot of really good info in this thread, thanks Jory/Royal.
It is confusing stuff
The bottom line to get your head around is the two "schools" of longboarding, traditional and progressive.
royal wrote:curry1curry wrote:
royal...just checkingwhat do you mean by central or rear widepoint?
this is an extreme widepoint back outline:
If you look at modern shortboards, they basically take this outline
Roy Stuart wrote:You are on to it Kayu, Pig shapes with the WP back make a lot more sense for noseriding, due to the resulting fin presentation angle .....of course the noseriding premise itself and the negative effect it has on overall surfboard performance makes no sense but that's another story.
Your previous post on this thread is a revealing attempt to use bureacratic means to prevent dissenting views on surfboard design, and extrapolated to all areas of life would result in fascism.
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