Re: learning toeside - I don't want to ride switch-foot!
- Airush have a board called a "switch" comes in 150 and 180 lengths,
180 is quite beefy from memory...
--- In ksurfschool@y..., "Gary Sowell" <garys@m...> wrote:
> For boards, you might want to look at the Naish Mutant... It is a
mix of a
> Nice riding board..
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "se_specialist" <se_specialist@y...>
> To: <ksurfschool@y...>
> Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2001 11:56 AM
> Subject: [ksurfschool] learning toeside - I don't want to ride
> > Greetings!
> > Do most people just learn to ride switch foot, or would it just
> > easier to learn to go toeside? I have surfed for many years, and
> > learnng to ride switchfoot sounds really hard.
> > Any advantages/disadvantages to the toeside thing people have
> > noticed?
> > On that note, I would think a directional, but with only one strap
> > in the front, near the middle, would be best to learn on(to make
> > easier to go toeside, but with the volume to stand up easily. Can
> > anyone point a board like that out? Like a cross between a
> > directional and a twin -tip.....
> > Joe
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