Overall Rating: 6.28/10
Stewart California Nose Rider
Stewart California Nose Rider
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Specs

TYPE: Longboards
SIZE: Length: 9' 0" to 10' 0"
Width: 23.00" to 23.88"
Thickness: 3.25" to 3.375"
MATERIAL: PU,EPS/Epoxy
TAIL: Squash
FIN: 2+1 Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Starting - Intermediate
FEATURES:
RETAIL PRICE: $950.00
USED PRICE: $250.00 - $700.00

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Stewart California Nose Rider

Manufacturer Description
Performance and noserider, two words that typically don’t go together in the same sentence. The California Nose Rider is the exception, a fine blend of what makes each style work. The nose section is full and stable and proportionally pulls into a performance tail with a 2 plus 1 fin set up. Tucked edges ad subtle concave compliment the board’s design

Ratings and Reveiws (18 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 6.28/10
Paddling: 7/10
Stability: 7.12/10
Speed: 5.66/10
Manuevarability: 5.34/10
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4 Comments

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9/10 By Mike Stew on 2009-07-28

This board is sick!

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8/10 By Bob A on 2011-05-05

Great board, very forgiving, user friendly

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4/10 By on 0000-00-00

Hello, I am having difficulty answering this quiz. I am learning to surf and have a big-ass longboard that someone generously donated. It's freakin huge. I am 5'3" and i weigh 105lbs. my surfboard is like 9ft. I can barely carry it out to the water, I get blown over on windy days before I even get in the water. Its even worse in the water. I can't duck dive, or turn it around. by bf thinks I suck and says thats just how it is when you are learning. I think the board is too big (can't really complain about a free surfboard) however, I think it is hindering my learning instead of helping... not sure. Also, I do have "board experience" I have been snowboarding a bunch! however that changes things. I am able to paddle his longboard (8'4") and I can easily paddle his shortboards (shhhh. he doesn't let me touch them ;))So, uh.. do I just suck or should I have a different board. Oh, I am able to catch some waves and ride it. I'm not entirely retarded, it just seems rediculously awkward?? thanks

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7.5/10 By Mark on 0000-00-00

I have a 9'4" noserider and I'd like to ride a more maneuverable board. I can catch waves and turn, so I guess that makes me an intermediate, but I'd like to be able to do a cutback, which I can't do on my big ass board.

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