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un-hooked
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jamie pro 07

Postby un-hooked » Sat Mar 24, 2007 4:23 pm

where are the reviews?
its been a hugely popular board in the past and has gone through a major redesign but theres no reviews on it

im interested in the smaller sizes if anyone can help and comparisons with the underground flx nobile 555

upwind
pop
flx
stance width
carve
low wind
are the rails shaped or square

?????????????

anyone who can answer any of the above would be apreciated but only the 07- im not interested in the jp 06 as its a totally different board

thanks

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Postby PAFF » Sat Mar 24, 2007 5:23 pm

Its up there again.......

JP L -666-Thorn2 and funny enough the Fanatic Bronson...

They are the best 2007 TT in my book..

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Postby DBKITER » Sat Mar 24, 2007 8:37 pm

I can't tell you about the other boards.I have been on Jaime pro medium 05', 06',
and now 07'.
Each year they have gotten better, and 07' is no exception!. I am 5'9" tall,
and 140lbs, the board has an asymetrical concave bottom on heelside edge only,
as well as a longer/straighter heelside outline and a shorter curvier toeside outline,
good for toeside bottom turns on waves i have found!.
Rails are square w/ slight bevel starting in front of fins.
The concave bottom makes going upwnd effortless, and the pop is dramaticly increased!.
3 stance options, I use middle holes, which is plenty wide for myself.

Outstanding twintip for sure, but since I got my 07' 5'5" Rocketfish, :thumb:
the Jaime just collects dust now, (except when tide is so low that is not enough water
for surfboard fins!)

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Postby skotten » Mon Mar 26, 2007 12:11 am

Great board, but they are really easy to break...

I dont want any smart ass comments in reply.... or I will post photos that shock.

Seeing as I am mates with christian I really dont wanna do that.


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