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Id like to get a Fred Rubble, I am 35 years old 5â€™9â€³ and weigh approx. 225 lbs. I ride at least 1x a week sometimes 2xâ€™s. Iâ€™m interested in buying the Fred Rubble but curious what size you think I should buy? I would rate my self a little bit better then a beginner but wouldnâ€™t really say Iâ€™m an intermediate. I truly believe the name of the game is wave count and Iâ€™m looking to improve my ability. Thanks
at your weight and ability we would recommend stick dims 6â€™8 x 20 1/2 x 2 3/4.
You may want to consider custom of 6’4″ x 21 x 3 in order to keep the rail shorter.
I am an intermediate/advanced surfer looking to get a Semi-pro. I am 5’11” and 175 Lbs. I live in ventura and I surf a lot of beachbreak and if i surf a point it is usually somewhere punchy. My favorite board i have right now is a SUPER toy custom order (5’10.5″ , 18 3/4, 2 1/4) with carbon fiber in the tail. it works well for small days and beach break up to a little overhead. What dimensions should i order for a Semi-Pro?
I would like to get a Fred Rubble. I’m just starting and I am in the beginner/intermediate stage. I’m 5/5 and 150 pounds. I surf Nicaragua, Santana Beach. The waves roll out pretty fast and strong.What dimensions should I buy for the Fred Rubble?
Hey, i want to get a fred rubble squash tail for a grovelling board, and a step up fred rubble rounded pin for solider waves.
im 6ft and weight 84kg
can i please have dimension for both boards for an expert surfer???
For your groveller, you can go 6’0″ x 19 1/8 x 2 3/8 (28.6L) or 6’1″ x 19 1/4 x 2 7/16 (29.9L)
As a Step-up go 6’4″ x 19″ x 2 3/8″ with a Round Pin.
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