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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Lovelace ThrougHull

Lovelace ThrougHull. 6'4" by about 21 or so inches and about 2 3/4". 
Ryan says he shaped it for east coast conditions. From the feel of it I agree. I have some fin options to play with for various conditions. Phil at Glide says the ThrougHull loves to be barreled. I look forward to finding out!






 










8 comments:

  1. Beautiful.

    Is that paint on glass?

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    1. Thanks Grayman! It appears to be so on the deck.

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    2. The darker Green is pigment in the resin. The Lighter deck panel is a old school style gloss coat resin panel.

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    1. You know we are going to hit it all up and down LI and Jersey on this!

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  3. Got a ride report? I was told it was initially designed with some indian ocean waves in mind, but is super versatile nevertheless.

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    1. Hi Dukey,
      The inception for the Throughull was for Indian Ocean waves but this board was shaped by Ryan in Jersey for east coast conditions. This Throughull is 6'4 so more of a stubbie. I liked it as a single fin for beach break conditions. The bites made it a little stuff for my tastes. Worked well for waist and up on cleaner days but did handle lesser days as well. It's a great short board if your more of a longboard rider as the speed zone is from the middle on up to the nose which is typical of hulls. The rails are more modern performance than traditional bladie hull which makes this a user friendly hull machine.

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