what board..?

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Surfnfish, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. Surfnfish

    Surfnfish Well-Known Member

    Feb 6, 2015
    Devils Lake, Oregon Coast
    dropped the tidal wave bit, got more airplay then the board question

    soooooo, what is your current fave daily rider for most conditions?

    mine is a 9'8 Stamps Galaxy...
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2019
  2. shadydave

    shadydave Well-Known Member

    Mar 10, 2014
    Ayer Ma USA
    All I have to say is thank god I live 32 miles from the coast
  3. deemce

    deemce Well-Known Member

    May 18, 2010
    USA Pennsylvania
    9-4 Phillips Blue Max.......and a fin
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  4. Ricksurfin

    Ricksurfin Well-Known Member

    Jun 9, 2019
    So Cal
    My 9’5” Lovelace Glider Log
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  5. strez

    strez Active Member

    Mar 23, 2012
    Hamilton, Massachusetts
    Yeah...where would you start in making a decision like that?
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  6. michael

    michael Well-Known Member

    Apr 19, 2017
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  7. SeniorGrom

    SeniorGrom Well-Known Member

    Mar 20, 2012
    USA New Jersey
    In defiance of the saying, in this case ‘you CAN take it with you’. Probably that 9’8” cobalt tint Blue Max but you might find me on the roof waiting out the storm hoping to save the rest. Let the 4 X 4 get washed away.
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  8. Bighouse

    Bighouse Active Member

    Feb 21, 2012
    East End, Long Island
    To survive a tidal wave on the east end of Long Island, with its one main road and all, we are escaping via boat if there is time. Our little pilot house has a nice roof that could hold at least 4-6 boards up to 10’. I’d be ok to survive with half the quiver.
  9. Ricksurfin

    Ricksurfin Well-Known Member

    Jun 9, 2019
    So Cal
    Changed my mind. For a do everything Swiss Army knife type board, I’d take my 7’10” Lovelace Thick Lizzy. Board rides big or small.
  10. ChyandourSlider

    ChyandourSlider Member

    Nov 3, 2016
    West Cornwall, UK
    I'm in the process of moving house. Currently beach side at about 10ft above sea level at mean high tide. Moving to the top of the hill at around 300ft. Nowhere left to go!
    If the wave gets me up there, most of Cornwall will have had it and 1 board ain't going help.

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