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I sure am glad you have this thread to pontificate on.... cuz you got nothing else.
Almost No Governors
Bleeding seats in every state. It must be frustrating to be so unappreciated all the time.
ok, ok.... I'll say it for you, so you don't have to trouble yourselves
STFU creek, you “racist, Nazi, alt-right, misogynist, sexist, Islamophobe, xenophobe, deplorable climate-denier, uneducated, angry white man, drone cheerleader”
Enjoy your day scouring the interweb for more nasty things to say about the moron supporters of DT.
« on: February 18, 2017, 08:15:10 AM »
"This situation could eventually lead to back and joint problems."
NOW you tell me
Actually I probably balance pretty well.... but your thread will make me more conscious to balance my stance and stroke. Good post!
Me = regular foot
Surf = alternate, but stronger as left sided paddler in surf stance
Flat = alternate, but stronger as right sided paddler in parallel or modified parallel stance (feet slightly open)
Funny.... I took pictures of my stance on this morning's 2 hour paddle trip
Great to hear from you! I trust everything is good in paradise!
I am well and still SUP crazy, thanks for asking.
If you ever trek eastward, please call.
Go out to Sunset today.... SUP Pro contest all day (2nd round) Should be clean and fairly decent today!
Wow... I don't know what I like more..... your new house or seeing that old video again! (the essence of what SUP means to so many of us)
Super stoked for you to have made this move Bobby! I wish you and your awesome family the happiest of times in the new SUP haven.
I'm pretty sure that the 1st time I met you was when you let me demo your Element at that same beach..... Your sacred ground!
Very cool... I am happy to assist in any way I can, since I am totally devoid of anything resembling responsibility. I have a rather large van.
Sunova has entered the DW and racing world
Great vid of the 18' Dugout DW below... looks amazingly fast!
Sunova Wins at "King of the Cut" in OZ (with ONLY 3 Sunova's entered)
1st over 40 - Kelly Margetts
1st under 16 - Noic Garioud
2nd Unlimited - Marcus Tardrew
Marcus Tardrew (racer/shaper) posted this in Australia, about his new Dugout Design for Sunova
The dimensions on this one are 18x24.3. It was our first prototype.
They will be available and some shops are starting to order them so they will start popping up. The standard sizes are 24, 25.5 and 27. All 18 long.
Yes it is foot steering.
No you really don't need to move back on this board as much as other unlimiteds but it's very different to any other unlimited as you can see.
« on: February 15, 2017, 05:40:49 PM »
Tino (owner of Sunova) will be at Big Winds, Thursday Feb 16 from Noon till late
Stoked to answer questions of the new 18' Dugout DW shape!
Boards he has with him
9'5 the ONE
Casso's board is 7'6 x 29 1/8" at 95 liters
Not sure of Casso's dims, but he's young and fit.
The Shroom is super fun in those type of waves, it carves a turns effortlessly so you can maximize fun in slop.
I made a mini vid to show how a big old boy surfs it in marginal conditions
My board is 8'3 x 32 1/16" at 126 l.... so you can see it turns easily at that width, without a lot of push from the waves
« on: February 14, 2017, 04:13:31 AM »
I copy/pasted the answer that Marcus gave on Seabreeze
"The dimensions on this one are 18x24.3. It was our first prototype.
They will be available and some shops are starting to order them so they will start popping up.
The standard sizes are 24, 25.5 and 27. All 18 long.
Yes it is foot steering.
No you really don't need to move back on this board as much as other unlimiteds but it's very different to any other unlimited as you can see."
yugi... I'll talk to Tino and see what plans they have for a 14'r
« on: February 13, 2017, 01:28:00 PM »
I know that this is Bert Burger's Sunova Dugout..... and James Casey is at the Sunset Beach Pro as a Sunova Team rider.
To my untrained eyes, the board looked impressive in this video.
He appeared to turn and ride across the waves very well, with hardly moving his feet.
I didn't see the nose push under and seemed to ride bumps forever.