|23rd July 2007, 03:53 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Is there really a heavyweights (100k +)waveboarddesigned for just that ?
Seems to me the big wave boards (not boards for big waves) are compromised to gain mass market appeal.
For example K107 ?? (Cross over)(RRD FSW110 same)
But there isn`t an Evo 107 ?
I know argument is big wave boards dont work but its normally small testers deciding so ?
Suspect its more to do with diminishing returns on what would become a very specialised board.
What is biggest "real" wave board ???
Evo 91 ? Would give me 20 litres negative buoyancy. Sort of like a 70 kg bloke on 50 litres ??? Thats best on market at moment ???:@