Overall Rating: 6.4/10
Stewart Hydro Hull
Stewart Hydro Hull
(152 Reviews)
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Type SurfScience
Paddling 1 2 3 4 5
Stability 1 2 3 4 5
Speed 1 2 3 4 5
Manuevarability 1 2 3 4 5
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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
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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 (152 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 6.4/10
Paddling: 6.96/10
Stability: 7.02/10
Speed: 6.1/10
Manuevarability: 5.52/10
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11 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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6/10 By Kerry on 0000-00-00

More volume than most the same length. A successful duck dive was rare. To catch larger / faster waves in Huntington/Newport Beach I had to ooch toward the nose, arch my back to extreme, then as the power of the wave came under me roll forward and jump up to my feet. The length of the ride was usually worth the effort. Felt confident in all size waves.

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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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