Andreini Stoke

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by scnate, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. xyzzy

    xyzzy Active Member

    Sep 2, 2014
    Encinitas, CA
  2. sightpoint

    sightpoint Active Member

    Jan 28, 2014
    2' and onshore
    The board in that photo is mine. It's a vaquero. Not sure why Pilgrim calls them this.
  3. Jonesy17

    Jonesy17 Member

    Jun 19, 2006
    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.

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  4. sonOsea

    sonOsea Active Member

    Apr 6, 2010
    7'6" Vaquero Edge board...
    IMG_20170222_151453.jpg IMG_20170222_151401.jpg
  5. sonOsea

    sonOsea Active Member

    Apr 6, 2010
    8'8" Serena Edge board
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    davey, pursuitofnow, Stringer and 3 others like this.
  6. Surfnfish

    Surfnfish Well-Known Member

    Feb 6, 2015
    Devils Lake, Oregon Coast
    be interested in some feedback on how the ride of an edge Andreini differs from a standard Andreini..?
  7. sonOsea

    sonOsea Active Member

    Apr 6, 2010
    I hope to do a side by side comparison with the 7'6" soon...
  8. Jonesy17

    Jonesy17 Member

    Jun 19, 2006
    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.
    bonzer and Ozimec like this.
  9. sk8thom

    sk8thom Active Member

    Jul 10, 2007
    USA California
    IMG_20180302_153550_653.jpg A true gentleman. Received my 10'6" Vacquero and 10' Serena pin.
    Looking to slide...

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  10. OCSURFER32

    OCSURFER32 Well-Known Member

    Feb 15, 2004
    West Palm Beach
    SK8 they look Bad Ass !!!!

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