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New Sunova Style [ Video ]

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Created by Casso 1 month ago, 18 Apr 2019
Casso
NSW, 3530 posts
18 Apr 2019 3:56PM
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I got my hands on a new, more performance oriented, 10'0" Sunova Style. Runs well...

Eski
WA, 55 posts
18 Apr 2019 2:51PM
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Stylin!

dk78
114 posts
18 Apr 2019 3:20PM
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Great video! What is the width of this Style?

Slatz
NSW, 156 posts
18 Apr 2019 5:29PM
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that first bottom turn is insane.....full soul arch
Nice surfing for the rest of the vid too.
You have got me psyched - that's it....I'm shaping myself another 10fter

Tardy
2942 posts
18 Apr 2019 5:47PM
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Another great vid casso, I like your style man

Nugdam
QLD, 259 posts
18 Apr 2019 8:13PM
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Any more info on this said style?

Annnd love those waves. I need some of those!

supsean
19 posts
18 Apr 2019 9:48PM
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Nice video. Do those waves ever break?

supthecreek
1711 posts
19 Apr 2019 12:20PM
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Casso looking good AGAIN.... yeeewwww!

Laying it on a rail !





Casso
NSW, 3530 posts
19 Apr 2019 5:32PM
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dk78 said..
Great video! What is the width of this Style?


10' x 26.5" x 3.625" x 108L

Brenno
QLD, 676 posts
19 Apr 2019 10:31PM
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Casso said..

dk78 said..
Great video! What is the width of this Style?



10' x 26.5" x 3.625" x 108L


26.5?
Man WTF?
Out of control

cbigsup
326 posts
19 Apr 2019 9:31PM
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Ripping! Less literage and narrower than my 8'2"!
Mad skills mate!

SunnyBouy
332 posts
19 Apr 2019 11:10PM
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FRP
257 posts
20 Apr 2019 12:25AM
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Hi Casso

Wonderful surfing. Thanks for the video.

I know this may be a difficult question but can you estimate what a comparable stability of this board with another Sunova model such as the Creek or Speeed and size of Creek or Speeed that would have close to the same stability?

Also is this slimmer model of the Style moving away from nose riding?

cheers

Bob

MangoDingo
NT, 238 posts
20 Apr 2019 7:40AM
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Ripping Cassoooohhh!!!
sick waves!!!
filth

Funnsurfn
NSW, 294 posts
21 Apr 2019 5:27AM
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Rider, waves and board on point Casso. Congratulations on the new baby.

billekrub
78 posts
21 Apr 2019 7:37AM
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Amazing rider.

Why do the turns struggle to stay near the shoulder of the wave? And the board speed seems soooo slow compared to other Casso videos? Even at extreme banking, the board does not turn much, and it certainly shows no sign of accelerating when turning, at least to me.

Part of it is the nature of this slow, friendly wave. Doesn't the wave need a faster board more agile board? He spends most of his time in slow motion trying to cutback.

surfinJ
426 posts
21 Apr 2019 7:51PM
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26.5 & 108l Yowza, respect. Must be loose as a goose.

Casso
NSW, 3530 posts
22 Apr 2019 5:40PM
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FRP said..
Hi Casso

Wonderful surfing. Thanks for the video.

I know this may be a difficult question but can you estimate what a comparable stability of this board with another Sunova model such as the Creek or Speeed and size of Creek or Speeed that would have close to the same stability?

Also is this slimmer model of the Style moving away from nose riding?

cheers

Bob

Hey Bob,

The 26.5" width makes it a bit unstable but it's still a fraction more stable than my 7'11" Speeed (which is my most stable short SUP). My 7'10" Creek is definitely harder to stand on than this narrow 10' Style.

I haven't waxed the nose yet as I wasn't sure if I'd be using the front couple of feet but it has surprised me how easy it is to get up there, even with a slippery surface.

Casso
NSW, 3530 posts
22 Apr 2019 5:46PM
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billekrub said..
Amazing rider.

Why do the turns struggle to stay near the shoulder of the wave? And the board speed seems soooo slow compared to other Casso videos? Even at extreme banking, the board does not turn much, and it certainly shows no sign of accelerating when turning, at least to me.

Part of it is the nature of this slow, friendly wave. Doesn't the wave need a faster board more agile board? He spends most of his time in slow motion trying to cutback.


Well it is a 10 footer. The turns are definitely going to be more drawn out and slower than those I would've done on my 7'10" Creek or 7'11" Speeed in the same waves.

My Creek would've probably been the best choice out there that day but I was stinging to get the new baby wet and wanted to shoot some video for you all to see.

bomberdave
VIC, 163 posts
22 Apr 2019 8:06PM
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Casso,
Not the Flash ??? DO I read it that for normal day to day surfing you prefer the creek, speed or style over the flash???

Casso
NSW, 3530 posts
22 Apr 2019 10:40PM
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bomberdave said..
Casso,
Not the Flash ??? DO I read it that for normal day to day surfing you prefer the creek, speed or style over the flash???


I don't have a Flash

FRP
257 posts
23 Apr 2019 2:00AM
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Casso said..

FRP said..
Hi Casso

Wonderful surfing. Thanks for the video.

I know this may be a difficult question but can you estimate what a comparable stability of this board with another Sunova model such as the Creek or Speeed and size of Creek or Speeed that would have close to the same stability?

Also is this slimmer model of the Style moving away from nose riding?

cheers

Bob


Hey Bob,

The 26.5" width makes it a bit unstable but it's still a fraction more stable than my 7'11" Speeed (which is my most stable short SUP). My 7'10" Creek is definitely harder to stand on than this narrow 10' Style.

I haven't waxed the nose yet as I wasn't sure if I'd be using the front couple of feet but it has surprised me how easy it is to get up there, even with a slippery surface.


Thanks Casso

This is exactly the info I was looking for. I will be looking for a 9'6" to 10' long board SUP to add to the quiver. Likely a Style and will go with 29" wide. Just sold my 14' downwind board and now will list the 8'10" Skate. The Style would compliment my Speeed and Creek well.

Cheers


Bob

Casso
NSW, 3530 posts
23 Apr 2019 8:52PM
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FRP said..

Casso said..


FRP said..
Hi Casso

Wonderful surfing. Thanks for the video.

I know this may be a difficult question but can you estimate what a comparable stability of this board with another Sunova model such as the Creek or Speeed and size of Creek or Speeed that would have close to the same stability?

Also is this slimmer model of the Style moving away from nose riding?

cheers

Bob



Hey Bob,

The 26.5" width makes it a bit unstable but it's still a fraction more stable than my 7'11" Speeed (which is my most stable short SUP). My 7'10" Creek is definitely harder to stand on than this narrow 10' Style.

I haven't waxed the nose yet as I wasn't sure if I'd be using the front couple of feet but it has surprised me how easy it is to get up there, even with a slippery surface.



Thanks Casso

This is exactly the info I was looking for. I will be looking for a 9'6" to 10' long board SUP to add to the quiver. Likely a Style and will go with 29" wide. Just sold my 14' downwind board and now will list the 8'10" Skate. The Style would compliment my Speeed and Creek well.

Cheers


Bob


Style, Speeed and Creek - epic combination!

Casso
NSW, 3530 posts
23 Apr 2019 9:12PM
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Goes great in ordinary conditions too...









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