Roy Stuart wrote:It's just a slab, very sight nose concave with flat tail, unlike the typical simmons no nose roll, and no tail concave or roll in tail rail area.
The board is only 27 litres, pretty thin and low buoyancy.
Funny how obedient everyone is to the marketed trends... looks like a simmons so gets approval... anyway thanks.
flacky wrote:I know you won't be getting video of it Roy, I was baiting. It's so bloody obvious why you won't be getting any video of it too.
seasofcheese wrote:In your original post Roy (i didn't/haven't read the link) you showed one photo. From that photo I saw a board that would be fun, which had nothing to do with trends. Now you've mentioned its a chopping board with a couple of keels it has started to lack luster. Shame as a properly considered version would have made it more appealing. Never mind Roy - you could have taken some of the interest and run with some new ideas, but instead did what you always do. Boring old chap, very tedious. And until you have ridden a proper JB version of the mini-simmons and understand the thinking behind the shape, you can't comment any more than I can of yours - except yours is possibly a poor interpretation based on what you've seen in 2D. I doubt you know all the facets, and would probably be to blinkered to observe beyond your sphere. Trend it such a blunt word Roy - its reactionary shite that spits at the opposition you've created in your mind. The design is popular because it works - that based on evidence beyond anything you can claim. Chill out man.....it was mild praise for something you don't make or show that often.
kayu wrote:It would get on the plane easier with a smidgen of roll up front.... ..(specially with a flat tail)
flacky wrote:Roy Stuart wrote:flacky wrote:I know you won't be getting video of it Roy, I was baiting. It's so bloody obvious why you won't be getting any video of it too.
Yeah why's that nancy boy ?
Come on dude...
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