9’1 Modern Retro PU Two Tone Blue LIMITED

599,00

9’1 Retro PU Two Tone Blue

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Description

IMPORTANT: This board is part of a special series and has a (minor) color mistake. Everything else about the board, the way it is shaped, the lamination and the construction is 100% correct and solid premium quality. Otherwise we would not sell it in the Pop-Up Surf Shop. Color mistakes are sometimes hardly noticeable, but you get an extra good deal on these surfboards anyway. You can read more about these color mistakes here.

9’1 Modern Retro PU Two Tone Blue

The Modern Retro Longboard puts a contemporary twist on an old school design, made popular back in the late 60’s, when hanging toes was the in-vogue move.

Dimensions Volume Including Fins
9’1″ x 23 1/2″ x 3 1/4″ 78.5 ltr 9″ Rake
9’6″ x 23 5/8″ x 3 3/8″ 86.5 ltr 9″ Rake
10’0″ x 24 1/4″ x 3 3/8″ 93.9 ltr 9″ Rake

 

 

OUTLINE: The Retro is wide and incredibly stable. The long parallel rails create a huge stable platform to stand and walk the board, and the full rounded nose is ideal for riding the nose.

ROCKER: Moderately flat entry rocker provides fast paddling and flowing down-the-line trim speed. The flat section through the middle gives the board effortless glide, and slight lift in the tail enhances turning ability.

CONTOURS: A long, single concave under the nose provides lift for extended nose time, while vee through the belly and tail allows the rider to transition smoothly from rail-to-rail.

RAILS: Forgiving 60/40 rails not only provide bite on the wave face, but also allows for smooth transitional turns off the tail.

AESTHETIC: Traditional resin tints, rail laps, and gloss finish not only look striking but also guarantees that each board has its own unique appearance.

FIN: The Retro comes with a single fin box adn 9″ inch Rake fin.

This log inspired Longboard is all about glide, flow and trimming down the line with style.

Below are two examples of a color mistake – These are not photos of this particular board

Color mistake example

Color mistake example

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