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Infinity blur V2

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Created by Nerdburger 1 month ago, 18 Oct 2020
Nerdburger
NSW, 225 posts
18 Oct 2020 6:27PM
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I've got infinity blur V2, 121 L 8'5", fabulous performance board that works in almost all conditions. Very happy, killer construction. The step rails are fantastic. Very happy, highly recommend ??

anchorpoint
132 posts
19 Oct 2020 1:56AM
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Im always blown away by how light this board is for it size (8.5x30.5 121 L xxx kgs )...coudnt weight it yet but would be curious to compare it to other brands similar volume/size....the Starboard Pro carbon 8x29 121 L 6.6 Kgs (carbon) , the Gong Alley 8.1x29 120 L 6.5 kgs for exemple as 120 inish liters comparaison.

I really try to go for lighter boards now as few kgs make a huge difference in term of performance and ease of handling , but it comes at an extra cost usually .

BigZ
77 posts
19 Oct 2020 4:29AM
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Nerdburger said..

I've got infinity blur V2, 121 L 8'5", fabulous performance board that works in almost all conditions. Very happy, killer construction. The step rails are fantastic. Very happy, highly recommend ??


Very cool board. But even cooler car!

BigZ
77 posts
19 Oct 2020 4:30AM
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Nerdburger said..

I've got infinity blur V2, 121 L 8'5", fabulous performance board that works in almost all conditions. Very happy, killer construction. The step rails are fantastic. Very happy, highly recommend ??


Very cool board. But even cooler car!

colas
4029 posts
19 Oct 2020 1:24PM
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anchorpoint said..
Im always blown away by how light this board is for it size (8.5x30.5 121 L xxx kgs )...coudnt weight it yet but would be curious to compare it to other brands similar volume/size....the Starboard Pro carbon 8x29 121 L 6.6 Kgs (carbon) , the Gong Alley 8.1x29 120 L 6.5 kgs for exemple as 120 inish liters comparaison.


FYI, I weighted my Gong Alley 8'1" 120l at 5.83kg with pad. And my 7'8" 105l at 5.20kg with pad, on a luggage scale precise to the gram.

BTW, You should buy a scale for your boards, and weight all of them. This way you will have a reference point in case you suspect water entry after a ding.

justaddwater
NSW, 217 posts
19 Oct 2020 5:16PM
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colas said..

anchorpoint said..
Im always blown away by how light this board is for it size (8.5x30.5 121 L xxx kgs )...coudnt weight it yet but would be curious to compare it to other brands similar volume/size....the Starboard Pro carbon 8x29 121 L 6.6 Kgs (carbon) , the Gong Alley 8.1x29 120 L 6.5 kgs for exemple as 120 inish liters comparaison.



FYI, I weighted my Gong Alley 8'1" 120l at 5.83kg with pad. And my 7'8" 105l at 5.20kg with pad, on a luggage scale precise to the gram.

BTW, You should buy a scale for your boards, and weight all of them. This way you will have a reference point in case you suspect water entry after a ding.


I have a gong Karmen pro8.4 and it's the lightest board I have ever picked up 6kg max it's new and for sale!



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