Rusty Slayer Surfboard – BeachinSurfTV

In this episode of BeachinSurfTV we checked out the Rusty Slayer which is an interesting board representing a shift in the market where surfers are looking for short step up boards. It’s a bit of an oxymoron but with the blended features you end up with a board that will go great in solid surf but you can still rider 3-4 inches shorter than your standard high performance shortboard. Chuck your comments in the below and let us know what you think,



james williams says:

I tried this board after this review and i must say its a bit of a dud for me , Its marketed as a low rocker board but the ratio of rocker and how fast the nose kicks after the centre point of the board is still high. Because of that it doesnt ‘t paddle well for its size/volume and other than a few carves and cutbacks I struggled to get it to turn. I tried it with several different fins to try and iron out the kinks but i never really did. For the record I am 5’9 82 kg and Intermediate/advanced and the board was a 5’11 @29.6 and the conditions were head high to double punchy beach breaks with barrels and open faced waves. PEACE

Luis Mambrini says:

thanks to your channel I’m considering to buy a slayer . I’m 45 years old , surf 5 days a week for the last 30 years . consider myself a high high intermediate surfer . I am 1,72m and weigh 70 kgs . what dimensions would you suggest to me thinking the slayer as a step up . my usual board is a 5’10” . thanks and I would really appreciate your tip . all the best . great video .

Steve Daniels says:

I don’t know why it is, and I’d appreciate some feedback, but every time I need to use the toilet I get quite emotional… I feel like I’m going crazy sometimes 

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