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NorthJerzSurfer

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Re: Sunova "Point Break' Review... an amazing 12' Surf SUP
« Reply #60 on: June 01, 2019, 03:34:51 PM »
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The owner of Primal is a very nice, very accommodating guy.   I'd give a shout.  He's got a litter of Sunovas at anytime and some other great goodies at his shop.

Prob. the best selection of performance Sups in stock in  NJ.


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Re: Sunova "Point Break' Review... an amazing 12' Surf SUP
« Reply #61 on: June 07, 2019, 07:00:25 AM »
Shout out to NJS, Premier Paddle Sports and Creek.
Thank you
Board should be on way next week.






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Re: Sunova "Point Break' Review... an amazing 12' Surf SUP
« Reply #62 on: June 24, 2019, 06:17:48 AM »
Got the board last Thursday. Got my first chance to get it wet yesterday.

It surfs as nice as it looks. It took about a third of a mile to get my balance paddling.
I probably rode 20 waves. Very nice, a cruzzy type  of nice. Not a bottom turn cutback
bottom turn cutback type of board. It does it but spaced out compared to tight.

Paddling out thru waves was also nice. Most of my longer boards seems to get caught
by passing waves and just you get stopped. Not this board, pops right over and keeps
going.

Not sure yet, but this board may work well for our outer reefs that rarely break.

Rgbar, this is a great design. I may have got an early one as mine says search
and has deck plugs for a net. I also have a mast base for wind surfing and looks
like a vent plug. I pulled and reseated the vent plug before use to make sure it was
tight. Was not sure about the fins. Looks like it came with the option of single,
twin or quad. Looks like trailing fin is large for thruster. I pulled a bunch of spare
fins to see about thruster options but ended up using the four for quad. So far
so good.

Thank you Rick and Jeff for making it happen. I wish Rick could have delivered.
This board is sitting in my beach trailer on the ready. Right next to it is a new
10' long board I also really like. Choices, choices   nice to have.

Sea ya

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Re: Sunova "Point Break' Review... an amazing 12' Surf SUP
« Reply #63 on: June 25, 2019, 05:13:59 AM »
Thx for the report 1tube, and congrats on your board. Iíve been playing with fins all in small waves, currently running a smallish 2+1 setup that seems to be a good all around for small summer conditions.