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Slowly getting tempted by that Souly Grail.

 


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Surfari 61 sounds pretty good..


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Surfari 61 sounds pretty good..

Both 57 Souly Grail & Surfari are beauties. Depending on how the Super 8 rides, will determine which one I prob go for. 


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Creamer 58 from Playmaker also sounds pretty nice imo. The arch of the camber seems to be shifted more towards the back foot, which is not the case for most comparable boards.

Pretty good channel if you want an on-the-table look at new boards, although there aren't too many up for 21/22. They also have series on construction which is quite interesting, at least the one on core construction is worth it.


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Last season I picked up a first year Surfari 157, one of the years built at the mothership. 
The camber profile is distinctly shifted back with the arch near the rear binding  gradually going to flat near the front binding.

I love that board and find it very versatile.

The first year specs are a little different than the later years, 259 mm waist with 9m sidecut radius and 18 mm taper.
From what I understand the later boards were stiffer but for my preference I like the flex the way it is. 

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Luckily there aren't sizes for me, in this centrifugal boards collection. So I'm not temped to spend money.

 

Using Amplid tool to find the perfect board, the first choice is the Surfari, no surprises there (I still have and still love my Squash).


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