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Anyone recommend a Board to Surf, Sup Foil and Wing Ding?

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Created by IanInca 1 month ago, 7 Sep 2020
IanInca
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7 Sep 2020 3:22PM
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I'm after something around 115L..The list..
JP Slate, Smik Mongrel, Smik Hipster transformer, Gong Mob (had the 7'6), Starboard HN (had 7'4 and 7'8), Naish Crossover.. Any others?

I want the board to firstly surf well, secondly sup foil surf OK and lastly wingsurf on light wind days. I have another small dedicated wing board for winging.

The HNs I liked on the wave but found paddling them very slow. The Mob was really nice on the wave but the 105L was a bit challenging for me when rough. The 7'11 would be good at 120L. I can't see alot of stuff about the Smik mongrel and the Smik transformer looks like it only comes in larger 8ft + sizes with too much litres. I know nothing about the Slate or Naish surf capabilities. Anyone used them or have suggestions for another board?
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paul.j
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7 Sep 2020 5:55PM
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IanInca said..



I'm after something around 115L..The list..
JP Slate, Smik Mongrel, Smik Hipster transformer, Gong Mob (had the 7'6), Starboard HN (had 7'4 and 7'8), Naish Crossover.. Any others?

I want the board to firstly surf well, secondly sup foil surf OK and lastly wingsurf on light wind days. I have another small dedicated wing board for winging.

The HNs I liked on the wave but found paddling them very slow. The Mob was really nice on the wave but the 105L was a bit challenging for me when rough. The 7'11 would be good at 120L. I can't see alot of stuff about the Smik mongrel and the Smik transformer looks like it only comes in larger 8ft + sizes with too much litres. I know nothing about the Slate or Naish surf capabilities. Anyone used them or have suggestions for another board?
Thanks



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We make a few crossover boards that surf really fun and do a bit of everything.

www.oneoceansportsaustralia.com/shop/crossover-supfoil-board

tehodler
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8 Sep 2020 6:31PM
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paul.j said..

We make a few crossover boards that surf really fun and do a bit of everything.

www.oneoceansportsaustralia.com/shop/crossover-supfoil-board


Those are gorgeous. Do they accept a mast base for windsurfing? What type of construction?

Grantmac
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9 Sep 2020 12:45AM
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Sunova are doing one too. With long enough foil tracks to work with most wind foils that use a plate but still work for SUP foil.
I may get one but my local dealer can get a great price on the Takuma crossover so I'm looking at that first (if they can get stock).



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