Captain Crap wrote:, and I certainly wouldn't advise or want a learner to paddle outback and try ploughing through the line up on his new log.
pierce wrote:cheers skimmer,
I was almost sold on a longboard yesterday, dont know if they are any good, but spent some time drooling over the tints on the boards on the loose-fit site.
Had to discount a longboard though, as it won't physically fit into the only place I have to store it.
pierce wrote:Yeah, you are right. I am sure I will enjoy equally anything I get..
pierce wrote:Alright Flacky, its a non performance version of the quad fish, the pic is below the quad fish on the site.
Gotta trust his advice for now, if the worst comes to the worst and I have to buy another board, at least I will be able to say I have a quiver (although I would have one hell of a job hiding an second surfboard from the missus)
ArabeeB wrote:Have read that with avid interest. I spent yesterday in
Braunton asking tonnes of stupid questions, looking for my first board. I caught my first green wave2 weeks ago on a 7'2 Takayama Egg, so inevitably I want one. But who knows - might well end up with a Walden Mini Magic. home for me is East Anglia though, so surfing infrequent, or travel miles.
would love to hear how you got on with the new board. Hope it is good!
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