Overall Rating: 8.08/10
Degree33 Hangar
Degree33 Hangar
(7 Reviews)
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TYPE: Longboards
SIZE: Length: 9' 2" to 10' 2"
Width: 23.00" to 23.50"
Thickness: 2.75" to 3"
MATERIAL: Sandwich Construction
TAIL: Round
FIN: 2+1 Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Starting - Intermediate
FEATURES: Deep Nose Concave > Channel With Bevels > Flat > Double Concave Pinched Rails Completely Hand Shaped EPS Foam (not just hand finished)
USED PRICE: $250.00 - $375.00

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Degree33 Hangar

Manufacturer Description
This longboard comes equipped with a nice deep nose concave that creates just the right amount of suction making your ventures to the front a piece of cake. The nose concave transitions to a DEEP channel with our Stable Surf System beveled rails on each side of it. The channel keeps the board tracking down the line like a freight train while the bevels allow you to turn the board with ease from the nose. If working the whole longboard and getting out on the front and hangin 10 is what you dream about at night, then this is the longboard for you.

Ratings and Reveiws (7 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 8.08/10
Paddling: 8.58/10
Stability: 8.58/10
Speed: 7.72/10
Manuevarability: 7.42/10
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10/10 By surfkb on 2014-01-04

I can do no-paddle take offs on this board and it turns surprisingly well even with 1 fin (i like the classic look) Im 6'4" and 150 lbs and even in little 2 foot surf ill either just let the board get the wave or if I'm slightly out of position just like 2 strokes and I'm in. If I'm feeling really lazy this the board i take out.


7.5/10 By surfjac on 2010-12-13

I've ridden this board for about 6 months. I'm a "tree trunk" meaning: 5'6" and weighing in about 215. The board doesn't get me into waves as easily as I thought it would. In a strong offshore wind or if the waves are backing off in the slightest, I'll have more than a few waves roll right underneath me to leave me behind. Also, early on, the board developed a large pressure dent on the deck. It hasn't delaminated yet but it will probably need tending to at some point. I ride with a large 10" fin and have not used the side bites. In better conditions, any board will do better but at 10'2", I should be catching waves like crazy. I often wonder whether the concave bottom pushes too much water for the heavier surfer paddling into a wave. There's big difference between that guy at 150 pounds and 200 plus on a 10' board. However, when I do get the wave, its a fun ride and I can turn and cross-step to the nose and all that other hotta-dog longa-board stuff. I like the board and some of its limitations are forcing me to do better.