- Aug 29, 2013
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Yeah that high and tight in the pocket really shows through when I’ve watched videos. Looks like the trim feeling there is top notchI love how I can get high and tight in the pocket, very parallel to the wave and just fly. Also, the feeling of a perfect swooping rail carved bottom turn, then slide back up into the pocket is so amazing for me... also, that tight drop/turn and burn on waves with a wall and power... Also,... well, you get the idea!
Killer compendium... Thank you!
ABCs of Displacement hullsI get the impression there is a lot of variation on these designs. I'm interested but don't know where to start. Who shapes them? Liddle, Andreini, but who else? Do they work backside? Are they worthless in anything other than curvy point surf?jamboards.com
Small HullsAight party people. I surf beach breaks in NYC and LI, rarely east of a place that rhymes with Speedo, preferring to ride these when its lined up off a jetty (dont we all)... I like my 8’6 Clandestino and 6’8 Tri-plane Hull but have always wanted an 6’ish Arc Tail Hull. I‘m waiting for Manny to...jamboards.com
The Great Hull DiscussionIm new to the world of hulls and its been mindblowing for me - looking to thoroughly expand my brain cells on this topic and what better place than here to soak it in. I would love for anyone and everyone with experiences or knowledge to share and discuss likes dislikes boards , styles , full...jamboards.com
Videos of good hull surfingjust picked up a 7'2" vaquero to add to the quiver. I have ridden fish and long boards prior to this and wanted to try something in between. I have a rough idea of how a hull board should be ridden but was wanting to see some videos of the hull ridden perfectly. Plus this will allow for a...jamboards.com
Hulls Explained?I am looking to better understand hull boards and what they are, the difference between types, and how they surf? Not sure what is meant by a "hull entry" board, "displacement" hull, "planing" hull etc. Also have heard fin placement is different on these and that they surf differently? Given...jamboards.com
Just round bottom board picsI hope that if you, like me, enjoy beautiful, smooth, round bottoms, then you will be compelled to trade many many photos of your favorite convex water toys here. Multiple pictures of the same boards welcome! They don't put anything good on the back of cereal boxes anymore. Got to figure out...jamboards.com
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ICH's rundown is priceless and true.Killer compendium... Thank you!
This x1000it's convex so how it planes on the water is different (pure joy) - you can go 3rd gear from takeoff - bladed rails will bite in water like butter so you feel like you're surfing parallel to the wave/beach, controlling the board with ankle or even toe fingers center stance - then board will swoop you up on high line, go front 1/3 of board and boooooom! 4th -> 5th gear -> cut through sections one after another
I'm sure Dane would have adapted to the CJ Nelson 7' Outlier (being a "cheater" hull) in a very short span of time. Would be fun to see him surf one.Everyone covered it already but Dane's line about the speed gun has always rung very true for me...
Dane Does Displacement: "The Only Truth Is The Way It Feels Under Your Feet"Watch: Dane, Greg Liddle, Scott Anderson, and the most complex design dose from the Electric Acid Surfboard Test!stabmag.com