A custom minimal (second hand is fine) around the same size will give you much more response & room to improve. Good luck.
monkeystyle wrote:did fibreglass boards end up getting called custom in the UK even if they are off the rack???
bombie wrote:Bin the minimal idea and get a board in a modern shape with the right volume for your weight - volume is more important than length (so you don't need to be concerned about dropping down to a board that is sub 7'). Most of the big manufacturers make a hybrid/groveller shape and they are the go. What's wrong with a minimal? 1. you can't duck dive the things 2. they turn like shit and consequently you can't milk the wave for speed 3. the idea that you have to work progressively down in length when learning is rubbish.
rallen2919 wrote:Many thanks great advice I've seen a really nice 7ft 2 black and white quad fish , any thoughts
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