Catch Surf Odysea Log Tri Surfboard

Catch Surf Odysea Log Tri Surfboard
Catch Surf Odysea Log Tri Surfboard
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Odysea Log Tri Surfboard by Catch Surf
The forecast is calling for knee-high mush all week, but you still need your surf fix. A longboard with a classic shape that has been ridden by generations of surfers, this board can be ridden by all skill levels. A wider nose offers better planing that makes paddling and catching waves easier, while the squash tail helps you make quick, sharp turns. Responsive maneuvering comes from a combination of triple wood stringers and a dual composite core that offers the right amount of flex and stiffness for clean glassy overhead days. When you are pumping through a barrel trying to beat that close-out, the tri-fin setup will give that extra stability and drive to help you be the victor and come out on the other side.

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SKU: CSF002I
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