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10ft jimmy lewis striker

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Created by macs 1 month ago, 12 Dec 2020
macs
NSW, 78 posts
12 Dec 2020 6:40PM
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Picked up a new 10ft jimmy lewis striker from rod at jimmy lewis Australia last wk and I am stoked..have had 3 great surfs...it's to share with my wife who also has had some fun runners..very responsive and easy glid onto waves ...I also have the 8.5 striker for about 3.5 yrs and have it set up as a quad..great little board and great build quality ..love the jimmys ..thanks rod ps I am 68 and weigh 89kilos ..

dingfix
71 posts
14 Dec 2020 2:12AM
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I'm similar weight and have the 9'5 Striker. Great boards, turns so well, light and strong. Enjoy!

justaddwater
NSW, 244 posts
14 Dec 2020 8:16AM
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dingfix said..
I'm similar weight and have the 9'5 Striker. Great boards, turns so well, light and strong. Enjoy!


Great boards I have had 4 of them ,but the Destroyer boards are next level there's a 10 ft destroyer for sale on Seabreeze currently

macs
NSW, 78 posts
14 Dec 2020 11:36AM
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Prob next board will be the 8.5 destroyer

justaddwater
NSW, 244 posts
14 Dec 2020 11:56AM
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macs said..
Prob next board will be the 8.5 destroyer


Yeah I've commented before on the volumes of the smaller destroyers ,great for the heavier rider but no good for smaller people! We can only hope a lean version will turn up one day.

BigZ
86 posts
14 Dec 2020 9:03AM
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justaddwater said..


macs said..
Prob next board will be the 8.5 destroyer




Yeah I've commented before on the volumes of the smaller destroyers ,great for the heavier rider but no good for smaller people! We can only hope a lean version will turn up one day.



Are you hoping for Destroyers smaller than 100l?

My daughter who is 65kg and 5'11 has a 7'7 Destroyer. Yes she would love a Destroyer around 85l but even a big board (for her) like that is still quite manageable in bigger waves and extreme stability of 7'7 is an extra benefit.

justaddwater
NSW, 244 posts
14 Dec 2020 4:02PM
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BigZ said..

justaddwater said..



macs said..
Prob next board will be the 8.5 destroyer





Yeah I've commented before on the volumes of the smaller destroyers ,great for the heavier rider but no good for smaller people! We can only hope a lean version will turn up one day.




Are you hoping for Destroyers smaller than 100l?

My daughter who is 65kg and 5'11 has a 7'7 Destroyer. Yes she would love a Destroyer around 85l but even a big board (for her) like that is still quite manageable in bigger waves and extreme stability of 7'7 is an extra benefit.


No BigZ, for Me it's more about thining out the longer models Say 9.0 x 29 -30 ...110 -115 liters more in line with the 10ft Destroyer.

BigZ
86 posts
14 Dec 2020 1:37PM
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justaddwater said..

BigZ said..


justaddwater said..




macs said..
Prob next board will be the 8.5 destroyer






Yeah I've commented before on the volumes of the smaller destroyers ,great for the heavier rider but no good for smaller people! We can only hope a lean version will turn up one day.





Are you hoping for Destroyers smaller than 100l?

My daughter who is 65kg and 5'11 has a 7'7 Destroyer. Yes she would love a Destroyer around 85l but even a big board (for her) like that is still quite manageable in bigger waves and extreme stability of 7'7 is an extra benefit.



No BigZ, for Me it's more about thining out the longer models Say 9.0 x 29 -30 ...110 -115 liters more in line with the 10ft Destroyer.


Yes. These are sweet dimensions. Like mid length Infinity New Deals.



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