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« Finding The Sweet Spot Reduces Your Foam
Thanks for the article. Good read and I think it will help me pick a better surfboard next time.
This is a great post about why people feel certain boards "dont work" so to speak. Most boards with the exception of a few all have a sweet spot, some have a larger sweet spot than others and some more high performance pro style boards may have a smaller sweet spot but can perform and allow more more critical turns than a flatter more user friendly stubby board. Overall everyday average surfers should be riding something with a little less rocker and more foam. We shape boards everyday and consider ourselves to be advanced surfers but we are riding what we know works for our local waves and that is a range of boards that are exactly as Rusty describes. Flater, more foam and wider
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