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PRIMO Longboard – Burnt

$879.00 USD$949.00 USD

Dimensions:

  • 9’2″ x 22 7/8″ x 2 7/8″ – 71.8L
  • 9’6″ x 23 1/4″ x 3″ – 79L
  • 9’8″ x 23 3/8″ x 3 1/16″ – 82.4L

The PRIMO got its name by being the finest crafted board we make.  The template is as classy as the lines you’ll draw.  If Just The Tip is our show pony, then The PRIMO is the workhorse. It will get the job done in any condition.  Designed to be slightly more aggressive than Just The Tip – It’s a blend of California classic and east coast blues. It features 50/50 rails and takes on a more symmetrical template unlike Just The Tip. The slightly narrow nose allows for easier transitions in choppy surf and will allow you to fit in tighter pockets. The flat bottom and spooned nose allows for easy paddling and more time on the nose.  The Primo has a slight entry rocker, offering overall stability to assist you in getting that extended nose time. The continuous rocker is an easy-entry feature which makes the board steady and forgiving in late take-offs.  The designs of the PRIMO will pull you in, the way it surfs will make it a longboard in your quiver for life.

Every PRIMO features double stingers, custom cutlaps, volan glassing on the deck and over the fin boxes. 

Best for Beginner to Advanced Surfers – Best in 1′ to Overhead surf

  • Build: PU Gloss
  • Top6oz+6oz+4oz centered on deck
  • Bottom: 6oz+6oz+two extra 4oz layers over fin boxes

We suggest pairing PRIMO with any 9” to 10” fin below.

Reviews

  1. Daniel

    This is the biggest board I’ve ever had (9’2). Normally I ride a takayama egg 7.6 in all conditions. I wanted a longboard for small waves, because my 7.6 was boring in those conditions. At first I found it huge and extremely heavy. And then I got used to it. After a few sessions to get to grips with it, I found that it is more manageable than I had imagined, but not as fast when paddling as I would have liked (I don’t know if this is due to the weight, or to the bottom contour). It’s easy to do a pivot turn and engage the rail to walk towards the nose. It is very stable and you can hang ten quite easily with the right wave. I didn’t need cross steps to walk on it, I’ll have to see on bigger and more powerful waves. At the moment it is offshore wind and small waves. I have a pivot type fin, and despite that I can quite easily control the board from the center for turning. The drop knee turn is however necessary to turn quickly after the take off and take a high line, when the wave allows it. I am very satisfied with this board. I just would have liked a little more paddling speed to catch the soft waves sooner.

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