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blue planet " fish and chips " model

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Created by stehar 2 months ago, 2 Oct 2018
stehar
NSW, 227 posts
2 Oct 2018 8:29PM
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anybody have one? how do they surf? Cannot find any videos of these boards being ridden -- any info please - Steve

stehar
NSW, 227 posts
3 Oct 2018 10:48AM
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ANYBODY?

Tonz
198 posts
3 Oct 2018 9:37AM
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they are all too busy out riding to answer this

MickMc
VIC, 336 posts
3 Oct 2018 12:24PM
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I had the size down 8'6 potato chip. Great board, fast, fun and skatey. Blue Planet boards are a quality product. These models are very stable and catch waves easily. As I don't know your weight and ability I can't tell you if it's right for you though!
Here's a video of the potato chip anyway. I'm 75kg

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Antho
VIC, 477 posts
4 Oct 2018 8:22AM
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I also had a Potato Chip. Like MicMac said, they are loose and stable and fun!

bomberdave
VIC, 116 posts
4 Oct 2018 9:31AM
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On a previous trip to Hawaii I hired a 8'6 potatoe chip (for my son) and the 8'8 x 32 - 130L all good .. found both boards ripped. Was going to bring back the All Good but wasnt enough of a saving at the time. Great boards, light very well made and perfect for a 'hawaii' type wave. Oh i WAS 95KG then and a lot younger!



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