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Old     (tke104)      Join Date: Jun 2010       06-11-2010, 9:29 PM Reply   
I'm trying to decide between the Inland Surfer 4-Skim Infectious and the 4-Skim Moss. I'm 5'8" and about 150lbs. Right now I ride a 4'10" Liquid Force Custom and it's just too big for what I want to do. I'm an advanced rider looking for a skim style board. I don't know too much about the Infectious, but I'm thinking it is basically the Black Pearl with the option for 3 fins?

http://www.towanza.com/surf-shop/inl...imited-edition

My questions are for those who have ridden both or either of these boards:

1. Will the Moss be too sketchy since it only has one fin, or will I get used to it fairly quickly.
2. Will the Moss be fast enough if i don't have it on the perfect wave?
3. Will the Infectious be too big for advanced tricks and/or will I get bored of it quickly and wish I had something smaller?

Any help is greatly appreciated. I ride behind an '02 Air Nautique (not v-drive), and it actually puts out a decent surf wake. I'm hoping to get a v-drive in the next 0-10 years though. I've also heard that this will be the last year for the Moss; does anyone know anything more about this?

 
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