Overall Rating: 8.4/10
Surftech Mickey Munoz - Glide
Surftech Mickey Munoz - Glide
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Specs

TYPE: Longboards
SIZE: Length: 9' 3" to 12' 0"
Width: 21.12" to 26.25"
Thickness: 3.875" to 4.25"
MATERIAL: Sandwich Construction
TAIL: Squash
FIN: 2+1 Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Starting - Advanced
FEATURES: Technology: Tuflite
RETAIL PRICE: $1057.00
USED PRICE: $0.00 - $0.00

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Surftech Mickey Munoz - Glide

Manufacturer Description
Munoz Glide - Foiled rails to fool the water into thinking the boards are thin, subtle concave in the nose for nose rides, three fin options to allow broad range tuning for conditions and advanced (forward) vee so you don't have to be on the tail to turn.

Ratings and Reveiws (26 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 8.4/10
Paddling: 9.46/10
Stability: 9.38/10
Speed: 8.16/10
Manuevarability: 6.62/10
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13 Comments

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8.5/10 By dusty on 0000-00-00

super fast paddling, good drive with g3000x and 6.5" center fin full forward, still working on fins to get just the right feel.

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10/10 By John on 2012-08-12

Great board I love it!!!! Deffinetly a permanent part of my quiver!!!

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10/10 By courtneycoconut on 2013-12-28

I have a brand new 10-6 MM for sale. grey with red pinlines. never waxed, never wet. so. cal. email: tiki6658@aol.com

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10/10 By Gary on 2012-12-25

Pity they do not make them anymore!

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8.5/10 By john on 2011-01-19

Wave catching machine. I use single fin up to head high. Side bites on bigger stuff

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10/10 By John Sierra on 0000-00-00

Good Board

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9/10 By Surfinrick on 2013-09-26

I'm 6'2" 215 and ride the 11' Ultra Glide with a 10.25 nose rider fin. I never use the side bites and you really don't need them unless it gets way overhead and steep. I've owned Webers and Hobies from 9'0 up to 10' and none if them ever caught waves as easy as the Munoz. Tremendous stability, easy turning and rides like a 9 footer. I'm 63 and catch more waves with it than guys half my age on fun boards. Some of my friends have bought them up. They're hard to find, expensive and worth every penny.

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9/10 By Church Surfer on 2013-11-24

It you want a Surftech that is over 10'0, then this is the one. These are popular from Doheny to Waimea. Truly a cult classic board and one of my all time favorites.

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9/10 By surfyoga on 2011-11-04

6', 185lbs riding 10'6". Like better than 11'. Use MR carbon side bites with 3"-5.5" center. 3" forward in small, hollow surf feels like a twin. 5.5" rearward in double overhead, plenty of thrust. Use with Tumb Boltz so I can adjust the center fin easily. FCS system has some play side to side that I don't like.

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9.5/10 By Noel on 2012-12-30

Great on any size wave, the bigger the better. Early take off makes backdoor tube riding a strong point. I want another 11 footer to keep forever in my quiver but can't find one. Very sad.

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7.5/10 By JP on kauai on 2013-08-27

I have both the 9'3" and the 12'. Great boards. After having my hip replaced the 12' got me surfing again. Thanks Mik.

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8.5/10 By DK in NorCal on 2012-09-18

Let me let you in on a secret. This board is identical to the hard rail, "Soft Top" board Surftech sells for half the price. It's the same board and made in the same mold, but with the Soft Top deck material. I bought the 12' version and it's identical dimensionally to the 12 Munoz Super Glide. An awesome point break board, but it's a handful when it's more than 2' overhead. Cross step and pivot on the tail and run up on the rail 60's style in the faces. An awesome cruiser for sure. Turns like a bus though, slow but it's punches through long sections and glides forever.

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9.5/10 By James on 2012-08-03

Learned on 10'6"...moved to 9'3" and have two of them now because nothing comes close...5'8, 180 lbs...don't like yellow but awesome board!

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