Overall Rating: 6.62/10
Infinity Rad Noserider
Infinity Rad Noserider
(35 Reviews)
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Specs

TYPE: Longboards
SIZE: Length: 0' 0" to 0' 0"
Width: 0.00" to 0.00"
Thickness: 0" to 0"
MATERIAL: PU
TAIL: Pin,Round
FIN: Single Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Starting - Intermediate
FEATURES:
RETAIL PRICE: $0.00
USED PRICE: $0.00 - $0.00

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Infinity Rad Noserider

Manufacturer Description
The Rad Noserider, by Infinity Surfboards has been quoted: “my favorite board ever” by thousands of surfers. The deep half length nose concave creates incredible nose rides and the “sweet spot” rocker with aggressive V-bottom offers smooth zigzag turns. Our 10’ Surftech model is a favorite with dealers worldwide. This board has beveled rails around the concave for edge control, “tucked edge” rails for fast response and our famous Cluster Fin set up for projection out of bottom turns. Our hand shaped boards are available in polyester or eps/epoxy and in any length or thickness. This is a more classic version of the Rad, it has the same high performance bottom, but with a wider, curvier pin tail and a single fin for those who prefer a more classic look and feel, but want to keep that wonderful Rad performance.

Ratings and Reveiws (35 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 6.62/10
Paddling: 7.26/10
Stability: 7.32/10
Speed: 6.06/10
Manuevarability: 5.88/10
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6 Comments

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6/10 By dave garsh on 0000-00-00

would like to get a recco for a lighter, faster, thicker longboard

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6/10 By dave garsh on 0000-00-00

recco for a faster, lighter, thicker longboard

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7/10 By matt on 0000-00-00

too big. I want to nail big air tricks.

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5/10 By Joe on 0000-00-00

Seems to big and heavy for all but the right kind of wave. Long and lots of pearling. Unstable in pitching waves.

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10/10 By Mark on 2011-06-27

I ride this board in Waikiki and Norh Shore all year round. My favorite side fin setup calls for using Vector's 3/2, 467. This fin has a channel formed into the fin and it helps ride the nose with more control. I also weigh 230lbs so that's saying something! This board also needs a 6.5+ center fin to have the "drive" you need for a hard bottom turn. Aloha.

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8/10 By GlobalCharlie on 2011-06-29

Love it.

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