Saturday, 1 August 2009

of hulls...






So i've had my hull out a few times over the last few weeks, although i'm still waiting for that classic lined up summer swell where saunton does it's best right hand point impression. So far it's been super fun, such a smooth feeling in trim and so fast once you set a high line. BGA likened it to riding a bar of soap. It's pretty difficult to cutback, they need to be nursed a little but i am loving the full rail hull bottom turn, so smooth with such projection. It's not a board that will allow you to impress bystanders with your radical turns but it's all about feel & i am beginning to get a little addicted...

4 comments:

Worm said...

what sort of board is that? a liddle

CP said...

It's a spence by way of Tim Mason in the UK, such a well shaped/made board. see here:http://adventuresintrim.blogspot.com/2009/07/smorgesbord-of-forward-trim.html
and here:
http://masonsurfboards.com/
now if only i lived near a right hand point like, say malibu, ;-)

Howard said...

Great looking shape, would like to see you slide that over the 'other' side of the bay for a change. Reckon that would work well at the Ho.

Worm said...

no need. malibu is a drag

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