SURFBOARD REVIEW: WARNER Mexican

27 Oct 2015 0 Share

Presented by Creatures Of Leisure

THE LOWDOWN

The Mexican by Warner Surfboards a really fun shape with a flat rocker, nice pulled in tail and good volume for quick moves on the wave. 

This board will go well in 2-3-foot waves but a will handle a little bit bigger as well, with the pulled in tail. A good all round board for summer with the volume and 5 fin set up.

Wave Height

  • Knee
  • Head
  • Head x 2

Skill Level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Pro

Foam Distribution

  • Front
  • Middle
  • Back

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