Overall Rating: 6.4/10
Stewart Hydro Hull
Stewart Hydro Hull
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Specs

TYPE: Longboards
SIZE: Length: 8' 6" to 10' 0"
Width: 22.75" to 23.50"
Thickness: 2.75" to 3.375"
MATERIAL: PU,Sandwich Construction
TAIL: Squash
FIN: 2+1 Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner - Advanced
FEATURES:
RETAIL PRICE: $0.00
USED PRICE: $0.00 - $0.00

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Stewart Hydro Hull

Manufacturer Description
The Hydro Hull by Stewart Surfboards is the surfboard that always delivers. A jack of all trades if you will. Their number one seller worldwide , the Hydro Hull has a modern trim rocker and a single to double concave bottom. These features are complimented by a beveled entry rail, which provides forgiveness with high performance. The Hydro Hull is an all purpose board for any level of surfing ability.

Ratings and Reveiws (150 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 6.4/10
Paddling: 6.96/10
Stability: 7.02/10
Speed: 6.08/10
Manuevarability: 5.5/10
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10 Comments

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7/10 By on 0000-00-00

looking possibly for something little shorter/ considering funboard. my hydro hull was my first board, 9'6", 3.2" thick. it is difficult on steeper pitchier days because of its size.

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8.5/10 By mikeshutt on 2015-05-22

I have a 10 4 which is a true longboard so not really a rail to rail turner, more of a BIG floaty performance longboard. I love the chine rails (hydrohull set up) which give it great release when you are riding the nose, just a sweet longboard

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6.5/10 By Jeff Kuchen on 0000-00-00

looking for first shortboard to ride steeper, faster waves at newport and trestles.

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8/10 By Jim on 0000-00-00

looking for something 10'6"

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7/10 By gary on 0000-00-00

good jack of all trades,something for smaller waves.

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6/10 By Joe White on 0000-00-00

easy to ride but hard to turn on the waves

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8/10 By Bode on 2012-06-12

Best all-round 9'mal I've ever ridden. Have had mine for 25 years and ridden it from 1' to 10'. Unstoppable on nice clean waves.

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7/10 By Carlos on 0000-00-00

Looking for something that will float me but allow me to take off on steeper/faster waves and get down the line

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9.5/10 By DK in NorCal on 2012-09-18

I've got a 9'6" Hydro Hull. Thicker than my LSP, and it has a ton of nose rocker for late drops in heavy beach breaks. It's a great paddler, a little sluggish compared to wing swallows and wing pins in the face, but you can noseride it if you're a lightweight guy. It's just a solid board that covers a lot of bases. If you could only own one board for all conditions, this would be a great board for you. I own a ton of boards, but surf mine regularly.

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6/10 By Richard Blum on 0000-00-00

My hydra hull is slow paddling since I gained 15 lbs ....when I bought it I was 175 lab. I had a spinal fusion of 5 vertebrae and now am faced with having to knee paddle 60% of the time and need some more stability with a longer more buoyant board ....while keeping as much performance as possible. I am considering the Walden Mega Magic 9 ' or 9' 6" to get a faster board and stable enough to knee paddle. Open for some thoughts on this idea/ options ..many thanks

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