FS - Mint 7'1" Trimcraft 2013 V.Bowls 2+1 $old - Ventura

BigBoard

Well-Known Member
Aug 8, 2018
402
407
California
7'1" Trimcraft 2013 V.Bowls Shaped my Arenal
Custom order
Width 22"
Thickness 2 7/8" with tapered rails
Black center box with white FCS Fusion side plugs
6/6 deck (6oz S + 6oz E)
6 oz bottom (6oz E) with fin patch
Glassed by Watermans
Sanded gloss
Green weight us blanks
9.5/10 condition because I rode it. No dings and I can't see many pressure in wax.
I may take wax off if someone wants me too. It's pristine. Solid glass work

Got questions. Ask away. Have other boards I like better at the moment. Surfs great. I have a 7'10" v.bowls I like better.

Located in Ventura, CA. No trades. Local pickup only. Thanks

Price $850 firm

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Curlz

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Jun 26, 2020
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VA, USA
These are the exact lengths I’ve debated on. Would you mind expounding on differences noted in lengths and what you’d recommend for different situations?
Thanks and really nice... GLWTS!
 

BigBoard

Well-Known Member
Aug 8, 2018
402
407
California
This board is wider and flatter than the 7'10". The 7'1" surfs more like an egg off the tail with efficient trim in flat faced waves. Less rocker than a Lovelace v.bowls and surfs less like a ball bearing. I do not recommend the bonzer sides in any trimcraft or alternative board under 7'6" unless the waves have push and you surf single fins on the regular. The bonzer side bites don't provide any additional drive, only provide more hold through turns. That said, the 7'1" has less rail line and relies on fins for drive compared to a longer board such as a 7'10" that gets drive from length. I ride 3.7" side bites and 6" or 6.5" Frye fin with trailing edge of sides and leading edge of center spaced between 0.5" to 1.0". This setup has plenty of drive and control in all types of surf. 7'10" and 7'1" can be surfed in same conditions...under head high is optimal.
 




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