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Slice

by Jimmy Lewis

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older board... but new boards are adopting some of the hull…

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older board... but new boards are adopting some of the hull shape! fast in chop and downwinders! super soft rails - takes getting used to. good v-nose rocker/flat middle section, slight v-tail... Pros very nice open water/bay board. chop and downwinders. Cons not the fastest in flat water! Usage mostly racing. i've been a consistent podium finisher in class.

Fun race/fitness board: fast when you need it, stable and straight-tracking for…

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Fun race/fitness board: fast when you need it, stable and straight-tracking for your workout and touring. Pros The Jimmy tracks extremely straight and doesn't sacrifice stability like a lot of other boards in its class. Cons It can be a bit slow to turn. The deck pads don't reach far enough back for someone who wants to get far back on the board to turn it. Usage Racing, exercise, touring

I like the way it can handle chop when touring or racing…

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I like the way it can handle chop when touring or racing. Turns great. With the right fin (Gladiator) it tracks straight. Pros Can take a ding or two and you won't cry about it. Cons Like mentioned before....everyone wants to try it. Usage For everything.

Great touring and racing board ultra light and super fast. Perfectly centred…

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Great touring and racing board ultra light and super fast. Perfectly centred handle and light weight makes for easy transporting. Wider than most race boards which gives it great stability and it literally slices and glides threw the water with minimal effort. Pros Its ultra light and easy to transport. Wider than most race boards which gives it great stability.Super fast literally slices threw the water and has a great glide.Rounded sides and flat bottom make for easy step back turns and comes with very comfortable deck pad. Cons Every one wants to try it :( Usage I use it for leisure cruises, racing and long distance touring.