All posts by Craig McGregor

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Neal Purchase Jr

Model: 2 + 1

Length: 6 ft 2

Width: 20

Thick: 2 1/2

Tail Shape: Other

Volume (litres): Its a hand shape

Fins: FCS

Wave Size: 4-6 foot

Wave Type: All wave types

Overall Rating: ★★★★★

My Feedback:

Ive had this board for years now. I pull it out when I feel the need. My short boards were longer when I got it but the length doesn't worry me now. This thing is such a nice change from your standard performance board. It has so much flow. The added small side fins allow you to push ... Continue reading
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8’4 gun

Model: Black Hula

Length: 8 ft 4

Width: 19 1/4

Thick: 3

Tail Shape: Pin

Volume (litres):

Fins: FCS

Wave Size: 10-12 foot

Wave Type: Point break (reef)

Overall Rating: ★★★★★

My Feedback:

I'm no big wave guy, so when I got this board it freaked me out! It looks like a canoe and I couldn't imagine riding it. But I packed it for a recent trip to Hawaii and it was great. I rode it out sunset mostly. It paddles amazingly but is also easy to transition rail to rail. Obviously ... Continue reading
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Good wave board

Model: Atom

Length: 6 ft 0

Width: 18 5/8

Thick: 2 5/16

Tail Shape: Round

Volume (litres):

Fins: FCS

Wave Size: 4-6 foot

Wave Type: All wave types

Overall Rating: ★★★★★

My Feedback:

This board is 1 inch longer than my 'all rounder'. I use it when the waves are good. Its got lots of drive off the bottom but still releases well in turns. It has 5 fin option. Ive used quad in barrels and it feels great but prefer thruster for turns. Ive been running FCS ii accelerator ... Continue reading
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All rounder

Model: Turbo

Length: 5 ft 11

Width: 18 3/4

Thick: 2 5/16

Tail Shape: Swallow

Volume (litres):

Fins: FCS

Wave Size: 2-4 foot

Wave Type: All wave types

Overall Rating: Excellent Board

My Feedback:

The turbo model from Webby has been my trusty all rounder for about 5 years. For me the board almost has a neutral feel, as in I don't have to think about it. It is what I ride in all but the smallest or biggest of waves. In my newest turbo (the board pictured), I started using the ... Continue reading