don't screw around with it
leave it be and give it to me
being 20 lbs heavier than you
I thought it felt pretty good
paddled pretty well too
thought it's feel "chunky" but it didn't cause it "scooted"
plus it didn't bog down
you know I don't compliment your stuff that much
but that one is a keeper in my opinion one of the best of all th emany dozens you've hacked in the dirt under your house
I'd ride that in much bigger stuff for sure maybe kauai next week
who'd thought two singles would feel like that and not track or bog
bill's a damn genius
but then again i was born and raised some 50 years ago on singles and BK/TerryF/Hakman style surfing
"ain't no big ting brudda"
For what it's worth I will say that I find with my higher volume boards it's a hard transition at first from lower volume boards. At first I felt uncomfortable. They seemed bulky and kinda sketchy.
But after riding them consistently in a variety of conditions, I'm enjoying them much more. I can't explain it very well, but they respond differently, and have to be ridden differently. At first different feels wrong, but gradually now it's starting to feel right, and I'm getting a lot more comfortable / confident after fighting the learning curve. Of course waves here pretty tame compared to there.
I'm hoping to get my twinglefin fun gun back in water soon, after adding retrofit rail channels. Was even thinking of adding quad fins so I could make comparison. It needs a bit of size or at least a bit of push. I'm old school too, never got used to thrusters. Singles and quads are pretty much all I ride .
Send me your dinged, damaged, and yellowed.
"We ain't on our way to Wembley,we ain't gonna win the league. No matter how much they let us down - Westham's still our team"...
Don't let the bastards grind you down.