New Board Stoke Thread

Syncro

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Feel like that center fin is pretty far back from the last runner? could be the angle or user preference but i've found the best luck having the leading edge of the center fin just 1/8-1/4 back
 

OX 45

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Feel like that center fin is pretty far back from the last runner? could be the angle or user preference but i've found the best luck having the leading edge of the center fin just 1/8-1/4 back
probably the angle - i dont believe that board has been glassed yet, fins look propped up- but also none of those fins look to be traditional bonzer fin templates- i actually run and prefer a 6.5 smith parrish in my bonzers
 

Bruce Fowler

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aporta

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Borbone Bryde . This is a blade(see thumb nails. Tail rail nose in order). First surf yesteday. Surfs smaller than it 9’4 length . Instant connection between it, me, and the water .
 

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