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Need help regarding what board to buy« on: January 03 2010 04:01:00 »
Help Lang please
Need help regarding what board to buy« Reply #1 on: January 03 2010 04:01:00 »
Hello, I need help lang kung maari. Im pretty much new with surfing. Started mid of last year and would go around 2 times a month. I started out with a funboard ata.. ewan ko. gawa lang ata dito yung board na narent ko but im pretty much sure around 6'6-6'7 yung height nun. Im practically a beginner since every trip ko (usually 2 days) siguro mga nakaka hanggang 7-8 good rides lang ako from the line up and at most, 3-4 ft waves yun. Hirap pa ako mag-carve and mga waves na pakanan usually kaya ko.
Need help regarding what board to buy« Reply #2 on: January 03 2010 04:01:00 »
im thinking of buying my own board and im pretty set on getting a fish. The only thing is i dont know what height/length to get. Want a good transition board to short board since carving interests me more than doing longboard tricks. The boards available nga lang, yung mga 6'4 and below na fish. Ok kaya na kunin ko isa sa mga yun given yung experience na sinabi ko sa taas. Pati problema kasi sa height, ginagamit ko pa kasi paa ko sa pag pop up. Im not sure if tama na switch ako agad sa board where i wont be u
Need help regarding what board to buy« Reply #3 on: January 03 2010 04:01:00 »
sing my foot anymore.
Hope any of you guys who know your surfing could help me out. Thanks!
RE: Need help regarding what board to buy« Reply #4 on: January 04 2010 06:01:00 »
am a beginner to... am here in Perth Australia, kung nag sisimula ka pa lang try to get a bigger board sabi nila dito bigger is best its more stable and you have enough room for error to pop up and you can ride smaller waves. get a 7"6 or 7"7 minimal... kung maliit kasi hirap sakyan then wobbly.. kung medyo magaling ka na then transfer to a smaller board...
hope natulungan kita..
RE: Need help regarding what board to buy« Reply #5 on: January 06 2010 11:01:00 »
fun board is my best advice probly a 7'2 tapos malapad and makapal kasing kapal ng mukha ni daryll para lutang na lutang.