It's like the old joke: "Q: What's the definition of an alcoholic?" and "A: Anyone who drinks more than I do."I honestly don't want to have a ton of boards. The idea of having to think through what to ride that day is not all that appealing to me.
I also have a hard time justifying having multiple boards for the same purpose.
Similar shapes but different camber profiles. Squash is full camber despite the long nose. Literally full camber, contact to contact. The Surfari has a rockered nose and tail. About 3 cm in the nose and 4 cm in the tail from my eyeball estimates.That’s crazy how similar the profiles of those boards actually are!
such a sick board. wish it came in a 152 or 154.Picked up the Surfari today, such a good looking board in the flesh compared to some of the marketing images you see of it, same with the Creamer.
3D profiling noticeable but not exaggerated, you can feel the antiphase running your hand over the nose area. Have a set of Lien AT's I'll match with it and hopefully get over to Cardona if the borders open up. Little worried though as it sounds like the State boarder where I am may not open until the end of August.
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