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  • Slingshot Butter Bar

    I've never tried a skim style board but currently have a Slingshot Cobra Cat and like it quite a bit. Just wondering if anyone has tried a Slingshot Butter Bar and if so, what are your thoughts? Thanks.

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    We use one for our Beginner/Intermediate surfers. It's easy to get up on. It tracks well and is easy to keep in the pocket. It isn't nearly as slippery as the Keen we use for Intermediate/Advanced riders.

    The Butter Bar isn't very expensive either.

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    • #3
      Thank you, Charles! I would consider myself an intermediate rider, at least on a surf style board. Would you recommend the Butter Bar or to go with something a bit more "slippery" that I can grow into? Thanks.

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      • #4
        Recommendations are extremely difficult. I obviously haven't seen you surf nor do I know what the wake looks like behind your boat. So instead of recommending a board I'll do this instead:

        - Start a FB group or something for riders in your area. We have one called NCWakeLife here. As people join, go out and meet them. Ride their boards. Let them ride yours. Get a feel for what kind of board you like for your style and wake.

        This is by far the best way to find the right board for you. I know this really isn't the answer you were looking for, but I most certainly don't want to endorse some board and have you end up hating it.

        -Charles

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        • #5
          I respect the stance you're taking. I'm definitely not the type of person who would bad mouth you for recommending a product that I end up disliking. None the less, thank you for your input in my current threads, it is definitely appreciated. Take care.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sbaird4000 View Post
            I respect the stance you're taking. I'm definitely not the type of person who would bad mouth you for recommending a product that I end up disliking. None the less, thank you for your input in my current threads, it is definitely appreciated. Take care.
            Been surfing for 7 years or more . Personally I prefer skim style . We surf behind 210 with nss. Iíve surfed many boards (phase 5, inland surfer , liquid force ) but always go back to the skim board from inland surfer. I have lots of control and can grab some air if I want . Just my 2 cents


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            Current Correct Craft Boat
            2015 SANTE 210

            Correct Craft Boats Owned
            2012 SANTE 210 (Boatmate Trailer)
            2003 SANTE 210 (Dorsey Trailer)
            2007 SANTE 210 (Magnum Trailer)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lucky7t View Post

              Been surfing for 7 years or more . Personally I prefer skim style . We surf behind 210 with nss. Iíve surfed many boards (phase 5, inland surfer , liquid force ) but always go back to the skim board from inland surfer. I have lots of control and can grab some air if I want . Just my 2 cents


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              Which Inland Surfer do you use? Thanks.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by sbaird4000 View Post

                Which Inland Surfer do you use? Thanks.
                I surf the pro shuv 134

                I also ride the black pearl .

                Both great boards . The pro shuv a little more slippery but great control . I can literally Ollie it now .

                The Keenan board is great as well . Rode it last weekend

                The Keenan 2015 board was my all time favorite . It got stolen last summer . If you can find one I highly recommend it

                https://www.evo.com/outlet/wakesurf-...wake-surfboard


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                Last edited by lucky7t; 08-26-2018, 01:55 PM.
                Current Correct Craft Boat
                2015 SANTE 210

                Correct Craft Boats Owned
                2012 SANTE 210 (Boatmate Trailer)
                2003 SANTE 210 (Dorsey Trailer)
                2007 SANTE 210 (Magnum Trailer)

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