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  • 5'4" Potatonator reo sequence

    Megz reo.jpg
    This was taken on a pretty small day up on the mid north coast of australia. The waves had no power & were running pretty fast across the bank before it hit the shore break.
    5'4" Potatonator's volume seemed the best board for the quick take-off & drive across the gutless wave.
    Pics taken by Goanna (fellow firewire forum contributor)

  • #2
    yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew...i can attest to how quick megsy got up and going on that board....it almost tempted me off my beloved hellfire....!!

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    • #3
      Very nice..............................

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      • #4
        smash and bash

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        • #5
          Hey Chris, what kind of length would you recommend the Vanguard to be ridden?

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          • #6
            megsy is the 5'4 spot on volume wise at your weight? i think i noticed your a similar weight to me in another thread (im 72kg), trying to decide between a 5'6 and 5'4,

            cheers

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            • #7
              Hey Matt_s,

              I'm 70-71kg & the 504 Potatonator seems pretty right volume-wise for me.

              I've ridden it in 4-5ft perfect reef lefts at a spot named Chickens in Maldives & I've ridden it in 2ft weak beach breaks on the northern beaches of Sydney & it went (reasonably) great respective of the conditions.

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              • #8
                megsy you have pugs?

                yeah the potatonator is totally versatile, thought i would say there are better boards for 4-5 foot reef pass waves...

                Cheers!

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                • #9
                  Hey Chris, yes, I have a pug, best dog ever.

                  I definitely like the way the potatonator performs in reef waves, it likes a bit more power than most beach breaks can offer.

                  Originally posted by Chris View Post
                  megsy you have pugs?

                  yeah the potatonator is totally versatile, thought i would say there are better boards for 4-5 foot reef pass waves...

                  Cheers!

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                  • #10
                    my two boys are in here: http://instagram.com/chrislcary

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                    • #11
                      Cheers for the feedback megsy (only just saw the post)

                      Nice dogs Chris, been very tempted to get one a long with all these boards I'm planning to buy

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