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  • #16
    hey saxman i am 509 75 kg reasonably fit . i live at cronulla beach sydney australia . i recently bought a 510 hf to use as my everyday go to board ,( my first fw is a 506 sp that i use when the surf is small) i got rained off work today and instead went surfing 3 feet glassy super fun with some 4 foot sets . i would consider myself intermidiate and i must say that on the hf i surf better and more progressively than i ever have . the board is loose yet quickly accelarates and the rocker is perfect , even on my late takeoffs it did not seem to catch this just gives you so much confidence to takeoff and push your surfing . i demoed the 60 it felt really good but i knew that i would outgrow it . i have futures solus in mine and love them . i reckon you demo one youll love it ! ps the sp is also sic these are my 90percent go to boards fom 1-3 sweet p 3-5 hf. . oh the hf .good luck hope this helps

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    • #17
      If you were to choose between the HF and MB model for double over head waves what would your feelings sway you towards - anyone? Im thinking 6'0 HF or the thicker 6'2 MB

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      • #18
        Michel Bourez no doubt about it

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        • #19
          depends on the wave...if its a clean entry then i still get a buzz having virtually nothing under my feet...if its a "dirty" take off or screaming down the line then maybe a longer rockered board...

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          • #20
            surfer depends on the wave. I do like a little more length in double overhead surf, especially if it has decent shape. I would be leaning towards the Michel or a Flexfire round tail.

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            • #21
              I felt the flexfire a little to little for my comfort which maybe where the MB comes in

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