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And he rated it I think.
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He does like it. From memory, he added about 10 litres to his normal volume which might compromise its top end a bit. Or not
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The best small wave/grovel board i've ever owned and still sits in the quiver today is a 5'0 mini sim quad. It is super flat rockered, crazy wide tail, but will destroy knee high waves if there is a wall. Anything above chest high and it slips and slides like you're on rollerskates.
That lost board was woeful.
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