STEP-UP BOARD GUIDE | Channel Islands, Taco Grinder

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CHANNEL ISLANDS | TACO GRINDER

  • 27.7 L, 6’3, 18 ½ , 2 ?  - For someone like Kai Otton 75-80kg
  • High performance board very narrow and thin but very maneuverable.
  • Single concave throughout the whole board.
  • Pulling in the tail to maintain that control.

This board is recommended by Mike Discasio from Strapper Surf VIC.

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> CHANNEL ISLANDS | TACO GRINDER
> CHILLI | FADER
> DHD | SWEET SPOT
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