Creative Army Five Sugars PU Longboard Surfboard

Creative Army Five Sugars PU Longboard Surfboard
Creative Army Five Sugars PU Longboard Surfboard
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Five Sugars PU Longboard Surfboard by Creative Army
When designing the Creative Army Five Sugars PU Longboard Surfboard, John Constable pulled all of his favorite design features from his quiver of boards into one to create a versatile board for performance in a variety of conditions. Its medium rocker profile features a flatter mid-section for faster trimming. A slightly pulled in tail allows you to take smooth and flowing turns while the fuller nose shape provides a stable platform for nose riding at any point in the wave. Plus, with a higher volume, the Five Sugars offers a more powerful paddle, higher stability, and easier wave catching so you can show up to the beach and have a good time through a wide variety of conditions.

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SKU: CMY0003
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