Catch Surf Odysea Log-Jamie O-Brien Surfboard

Catch Surf Odysea Log-Jamie O-Brien Surfboard
Catch Surf Odysea Log-Jamie O-Brien Surfboard
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Odysea Log-Jamie O-Brien Surfboard by Catch Surf
The Catch Surf Odysea Log-Jamie O-Brien Surfboard is designed to maximize your wave count whether you're a beginner or a seasoned vet. This longboard delivers the classic Odysea float that everyone has come to love while its squash tail enables quick and sharp turns while you're surfing at speed. The dual composite core construction provides flotation that makes catching waves easy while triple maple stingers increase board stiffness for a performance feel. The thruster fins allow high performance maneuvers while its slick yet durable HDPE bottom enhances speed as you turn and carve through the waves.

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