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ers906 08-11-2010 8:11 PM

Info on IS Squirt
 
I am looking for information on the compression molded IS squirt. I am going to buy a higher end board for myself soon but am looking for a good general boat board that I dont need to worry about getting dinged up, etc. I know i could go with a hyperlyte or CWB, but I would rather support a wakesurf company. Looking for any information or people who have experience riding the board.

riverrunner 08-11-2010 10:30 PM

Inland Surfer
Office: (425) 747-6055
Fax: (425) 957-3566
E-mail: info@inlandsurfer.com
Web: inlandsurfer.com

duramat 08-12-2010 9:07 AM

Eric, I just picked one up for my quiver. Good board! Very light and responsive. I took off the two fins and put on the center fin for the skim feel and I enjoyed it. I only had an evening on it but I was enjoying it! For being in the $300 range you can't go wrong!

I had better luck with it in calmer waters, I would pearl it here and there if there was some chop. I also thought it faster than my Bluelake.

Again, for the price, YOU CAN'T GO WRONG. :)

GastonSurfer 08-13-2010 8:07 AM

I picked up the Squirt a little over a month ago and I really like it. I tip the scales at ~230 lbs. and I'm able to easily ride this board. Very fast, responsive, and a good all around board to have on the boat.

CarFanatic5 08-15-2010 3:48 PM

I have a cwb Razr for sale, good beginner board.


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