Takayama In The Pink Surfboard Video Review

REAL Watersports’ Trip Forman takes you through the Takayama In The Pink Surfboard Video Review



REAL Watersports says:

It depends a lot on the waves @orangesv650. If you’re riding 1 ft weak waves, you will definitely up your wave count but if you are surfing waves with any size or power, the extra board won’t help you catch waves – instead it will make everything more difficult because the 9’6″ is big and wide (can be difficult to handle)! Hope that helps.

REAL Watersports says:

The Tufflite version is indeed more durable. Tufflite uses closed cell foam (doesn’t take on water if dinged) & is far more resistant to dings than regular PU/Poly construction.
For your size and experience, We’d recommend going for the 9’0 or the 9’3.

Guy Scratton says:

Looks like these boards are mass produced outside of the U.S.A

Timothy Cassidy says:

Hi im really thinking of getting a nose rider. I have been using my retro fish mostly for the past 4years and really feel like trying out longboarding. In the pink from what I read seems to cater for a bit of traditional and performance. At 5ft 9 and 65kg could you recommend dimensions for this board. I should say half the reason I want to get into longboarding is an injured elbow and easier paddling.

Rich Mallard says:

Just picked up one of these from Trip & Tommy (and Matt…) down at Real in Waves & can’t wait to get it into the water. I’m a big fan of the tufflite epoxy cores as well as their verious models. Already have a Pearson Arrow 9-0 Formula that is incredible, but wanted a nose rider as well. Thanx guys for all of your assistance in gettin’ me what i need for our beach breaks down OBX way!

REAL Watersports says:

No worries Rich. See you in the water soon!

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