New Board Stoke Thread

JMJackFish

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Jul 5, 2016
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This is killer
As much as it pains me to say - this board was money today. I don't like being part of the herd, and have bucked this trend, but am fair enough to admit it really rode amazing. Stomach to chest high glassy A frames this morning and it did no wrong. Easy in, quick to find the pocket, slight ankle adjustments and the board redirected. Fark me. Stoked
 

michael

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Apr 19, 2017
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As much as it pains me to say - this board was money today. I don't like being part of the herd, and have bucked this trend, but am fair enough to admit it really rode amazing. Stomach to chest high glassy A frames this morning and it did no wrong. Easy in, quick to find the pocket, slight ankle adjustments and the board redirected. Fark me. Stoked
One of us
One of us
 

Bummer Dude

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Picked up this 10’10” Tanner Scout yesterday! Hope it rides as good as it looks.

Came with a 9.75” A-flex which seems like the wrong fin (I’m not a fan of them even in my hulls). What do you all recommend? Fins I have at the ready to try - 9”/10”PHD, 9”/10” Liddle, 9.75” 4A, 9.5” California classic, 9.75” drd4 Boris, 9.25” drd4 JT karma, 8.5” drd4 el cap.

Thinking 8.5” skip maybe? Or a 4c?
 

O'cliff

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I'm usually the guy who gets a board once in a blue moon, so it is absolutely unprecedented for me to get two in a month. The first is in the Andreini Stoke thread, and this is the second.

I've been glider curious for awhile, so after test-riding my neighbor's board I had him make me one.

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11' x 23" ish x 3.5" 96L
EPS 19 lbs.
 

DanSan

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