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Got a new SUP

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Created by Ice E 1 month ago, 13 Jan 2020
Ice E
WA, 73 posts
13 Jan 2020 2:13PM
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At 115kg and 6 feet tall I couldn't find what I wanted so I had this made. (9' 4" x 32 ~ 160L)
All of my previous boards have been between 10' 6" and 11' 6" so even with a significant reduction in length and volume I have found it no problem. Paddles and surfs really well...!






















515
360 posts
14 Jan 2020 10:06AM
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Sandwich deck and carbon = light and strong.
Great to support local board builders.
Nothing like a custom board built for you enjoy

hilly
WA, 5096 posts
14 Jan 2020 10:34AM
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Looks a really good shape with relatively thin rails. Should go well out at the usual

Ice E
WA, 73 posts
14 Jan 2020 11:09AM
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Yep...! 2 surfs so far (small but clean) and super happy with it!

hilly
WA, 5096 posts
14 Jan 2020 11:11AM
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Ice E said..
Yep...! 2 surfs so far (small but clean) and super happy with it!


Great to see you back out there.

Hoppo3228
VIC, 372 posts
14 Jan 2020 4:23PM
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Looks great!

Who's the board made by?

Ice E
WA, 73 posts
14 Jan 2020 6:37PM
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Wade Freeman in Lancelin WA.

Hoppo3228
VIC, 372 posts
14 Jan 2020 11:03PM
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Nice! Thanks

Kami
1430 posts
14 Jan 2020 9:15PM
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Please Ice A, how Wade Freeman did shape this nice board?

Ice E
WA, 73 posts
15 Jan 2020 12:38PM
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Kami, blank was cut with a hot wire then shaped in his cnc machine and finished by hand.

Goodbye
QLD, 103 posts
15 Jan 2020 3:20PM
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Looks like one of those boards you could take out no matter what the conditions were!

Ice E
WA, 73 posts
15 Jan 2020 4:01PM
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I hope so...!!! Look forward to getting it into some bigger waves.



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