6ft to 7ft double enders IMO , are one of the most versatile designs ever. They are a simple and functional blend of natural curves that suites all surfing levels.........I like the way you have to "surf' these boards , and not just physically bludgeon them into position , with the aid of extreme "lightness".......they do like a bit of volume.......
mister-griffster wrote:I'd agree with that totally Kayu - used to have a 6'6" hobie egg and it was a blast - would go in everything and super quick - very fluid and you can surf with the wave instead of fighting against it. - If i were going for a 'dual' board for me and the missus to share I'd probs look seriously at an egg - soft and easy enough for a beginner but comes alive under the feet of those who know what they are doing.:
flacky wrote:I'm reclassifying my quiver from now on. I have a 9'4 fun board, and a 6'4 fun board.
Archy_is_God wrote:I'd be keen to hear more about that Hilbers for sure - what size did you go for mrkmrk?
The new 8fter will be sailing over to me on a Sea of Cheese via Mr. Mason
ese wrote:Have 7.0ft magic carpet. Use it as a single fin with a 9.0 inch rainbow rake. Sometimes add side bites in bigger waves, which with the 9 looks like a lot of fin!
Any thoughts on using a 7 inch rake with side bites instead? Worth it?
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