Was wondering what people thought. For small crumbly waves 1 to 2 ft which is best? Potatonator (say 6.2)or baked potato (5.9)? boards of a similar volume. Some on here seem to think the potatonator picks up waves earlier? Be interesting to here those of you that have tried both.
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Potatonator or baked Potato? Best option? Small crumbly wave machine
New SUSTAINABLE DominatorAnyone got any info on the new sustainable Dominator? Looks real nice with the wood on both sides but how will it ride? Like the rapidfire or fst? Also any info on when these might show up in uk and the price difference? I was thinking of getting a new board but I might have to wait for one of these.
6.4? Dom or Spitfire? All round Board for 45years int 86+kilosSorry for yet another 'what size' question! I have been surfing about 10 years although I donít get out much as I live in London. I try and get down to the coast(noth devon or cornwall) at least once a month and then in the holidays spend weeks down there. Im a young 45 years old and about 86 kilos. I am looking for an all round board. The problem I have is that I bought a 6ft dominator in the summer - Impulse! (even though I was really looking for a 6.2/6.4). It doesnít feel small but I struggle unless itís 4ft and clean and at my age I cant afford to miss too many waves!
I was thinking to compliment it to get a 6.4 DOMINATOR OR SPITFIRE? Or is it possible that this new 6.4 will cover everything (unless its really small/really big)?
By the way the times when the waves have been right the dominator has been awesome. The best board I have ever ridden by far.