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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by scnate, Jan 24, 2013.
Outline looks just like a Vaquero to me...
The board in that photo is mine. It's a vaquero. Not sure why Pilgrim calls them this.
Here is a post where Marc calls out a Vaquero Streaker. Tough to see the board.
I used to have this board which I bought used and was told it was a Vaquero Streaker.
The board is 10'3 and has a narrower tail section then standard Vaquero. The board turned great and always felt
much shorter then the 10 foot 3 inches it is.
I sold it to buy this used 10' Edge Vaquero. Wanted to try something new
and so happy I did. Absolutely love this edge board.
7'6" Vaquero Edge board...
8'8" Serena Edge board
be interested in some feedback on how the ride of an edge Andreini differs from a standard Andreini..?
I hope to do a side by side comparison with the 7'6" soon...
That 8'8" Serena Edge looks awesome. That is what I'm saving for now.
As far as feedback:
I've been surfing my Edge board for about two months now and it's the fastest I've ever gone on a surfboard.
I'm still working on all turning aspects of the board. In my experience I'd say I need to be back more over the fin when turning the Edge board
then say a standard Vaquero which turns and changes direction fairly well from the middle / back third.
Being a 10' board I'm not looking to doing a whole lot of turning. Just looking for lined up faces and all out down the line speed which the board has plenty.
I'd say the biggest thing I have noticed is how well the board performs in chop / sub par conditions when the onshore winds turn on.
The edge design just cuts right through. I feel no bounce or chop when riding. Just glides right through fast and smooth.
A true gentleman. Received my 10'6" Vacquero and 10' Serena pin.
Looking to slide...
SK8 they look Bad Ass !!!!