Wayne, I'm thinking about adding one of these minis to the quiver. What are the typical dims? Thanks!
mike, there is no rule of thumb, everyone is different. they can be any size depending on what your looking for in terms of performance and type of waves you will be riding them in and what you are now riding... best to kustom formulate. ;)
Mr. Okamoto, I've yet to ride this board! Don took it out last week and said it was pure bliss! Tried to see what the bottom by catching a 1-footer...which he caught effortlessly. I know I'm in for a big suprise! Thanks mang!
hey tom, sounds like don didn't waste anytime breaking the new board stoaked! shape may look similar to your old shape but it will ride much different, the details in the foil. thank you, hope you get some time on it also!
Wayne! Board is amazing! Took me awhile to dial in but once I got used to paddling it around and understanding the board it was bliss! Was able to get into waves early and didn't feel like I had to push massive amounts of water when paddling in. Was also able to take off later, float through flat sections, etc. Solid board! I love the volume where I need it so it still felt stable and nice and buoyant but not too floaty. I was actually starting to think that I just sucked but you pynzer changed all that! Thank you so much!
Tom, stOaked! the main difference you need to adjust to is the paddling position, don't be afraid to "choke" up on the nose when paddling, this board has much less rocker so it will drive in faster than your previous shape. Should be able to maintain speed and drive better once up to planing speed. Enjoy! Yeew!