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NSP dc Super X 10 foot .....152 litres....

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Created by diceman > 9 months ago, 14 Jan 2018
diceman
14 posts
14 Jan 2018 11:33AM
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hi all, anyone ridden one ? I'm looking to replace my Deep 10-6...a nice board but I'm leaving pressure dings from my knobbly old knees...
i also like the Kazuma boards but the graphics are god awful, hideous geometrics and clashing colours.

Stev0
396 posts
14 Jan 2018 6:06PM
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I haven't ridden one but the NSP SuperX boards look wicked and this review is pretty compelling to get one in the quiver! www.mensjournal.com/adventure/nsp-dc-surf-x-pro-sup-review

diceman
14 posts
15 Jan 2018 1:05PM
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Thanks StevO...I currently ride a Jimmy Lewis Kwad, 170 litres...which seems a bit of a magic figure for my 99kg and 64 years...these are great boards I reckon and bullet proof - very hard to ding.
anyway, I digress...I reckon I need 150 litres or more...which is why the Naish Hokua 9-6 also has appeal...

calbs
SA, 86 posts
15 Jan 2018 6:25PM
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Hey diceman if you want to stay with Deep brand checkout the
Dogman 10'2 a serious shred m/c checkout Deep website to see reviews on it
could be another option 146 ltrs.
Couple of local crew on them stoked with there purchase.

Good luck Calbs

diceman
14 posts
16 Jan 2018 1:52PM
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Hi mate, funny you mention...really liked the look of 'em and test drove one. Terrific on the wave but too hard to paddle at only 140-odd litres.

stehar
NSW, 323 posts
16 Jan 2018 5:11PM
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Test drove one and it is hard at 29" wide - get a custom at 30 or 31 wide - you should then have a great board
Steve

hilly
WA, 5353 posts
16 Jan 2018 6:38PM
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stehar said..
Test drove one and it is hard at 29" wide - get a custom at 30 or 31 wide - you should then have a great board
Steve


But then it will not surf very well.

suprider206
NSW, 23 posts
18 Jan 2018 2:03PM
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Have a 10x32 Deep based on the dogman version, brilliant board.

colas
3906 posts
18 Jan 2018 8:00PM
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hilly said..

stehar said..
Test drove one and it is hard at 29" wide - get a custom at 30 or 31 wide - you should then have a great board

But then it will not surf very well.


It depends on the waves. A wide board is cumbersome in hollow waves, but adds fun to weak ones.

hilly
WA, 5353 posts
18 Jan 2018 8:49PM
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colas said..

hilly said..


stehar said..
Test drove one and it is hard at 29" wide - get a custom at 30 or 31 wide - you should then have a great board


But then it will not surf very well.



It depends on the waves. A wide board is cumbersome in hollow waves, but adds fun to weak ones.


Disagree with that a 31 inch wide board is way harder to turn than a 29 inch wide board no matter the surf. SUPs are so big any way they perform in small waves. Stability means poor turning simple physics really.

diceman
14 posts
23 Jan 2018 2:54PM
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Thanks for the interesting comments...I think a rounded pin let's you get away with a wide board as you can stand back and pivot off the tail. The wide mid and nose gives nice planing for flat spots and slower waves...



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