Indo Board Guide 2017: Byrning Spears, The Palegics

8 May 2017 2 Share

BYRNING SPEARS | THE PELAGICS

This board is 6'2/28L
It's a classic six-channel bottom Al Byrne board. The purpose of the channels to control water flow through the back half of the board allowing you to feel what's underfoot as you move through the water and you won't need as much of a fin because of this. The edges of the channels put pressure on the board in turns giving you control and allowing you to fly down the line. 

These modern versions have more rocker than what the late Al Byrne used to put into them giving them more release and modernity missing from the originals. 

WHERE IT WILL PERFORM: Any high quality reef or point break like Macaronis, Telescopes, Lance's Right, Supersuck or good quality Uluwatu.

SIZE RANGE: 3-8ft

SKILL LEVEL: Good for anyone heading to Indo, Intermediate +  

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