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Ryan
Ryan
 
Rubbish quality, terrible service. Waste of moneyTook six months from the date of my order for the board to arrive. Arrived with dirty finger marks in the artwork, board is clearly made very cheaply. Arrived with hairline fractures throughout the board. Don't waste your money, definitely save time money and get a better product elsewhere. Very disappointed. Show details
BryanPeterson
BryanPetersonAdelaide6 posts
 
Great useThis is my only surf board and what I like about this is that it has the most common step-up use. With its pronounced rocker, it is a natural choice for steep faces and on-rail surfing. Single concave gives the board plenty of drive for critical situations. Feels free and really easy to maneuver.

Rock
Rock
 
Surfs wellFloats well, has speed, takes the knocks, likes the solid shore breaks, No complaints in 2’ to 6’ waves, easy to paddle, catches waves man, easy to carry under arm, tried different fins and didn’t slide out. Can’t understand other surfers not liking the gliding fish. Price is good value for what you get.

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Matt
Matt
  6'0 White
Worst foam i've ever seenHad a few 7s boards now. Just do yourself a favour and listen to this review. Dont buy them. Moved their production to china and are using the worst foam ever. Literally looks like 150 or just packing foam. Collapsed fin boxes x4 collapsed deck x1. Can literally squeeze the board flat.
Nero
NeroSydney4 posts
 
Bert
BertWilliamstown3 posts
 
Delivered for $470I've bought many boards from Sanctum and I think they're great value and very good boards. Had two of the Switch which are great boards. Why spend a grand on an Al Merrick when you can have two of these? The Box and Dice was good as well just needed to buy the 6'5 not the 6'3. Will get one when they're back in stock.

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transcribe w.
transcribe w.WA2 posts
 
Darren B
Darren BSydney2 posts
 
Weak boardI also found mine to easily ding too. And after owning the board for about 2 years was in soft 3-4 foot surf, deep water at south curly - when it clean snapped in half. I contacted JS to see if they would investigate whether the board was structurally weak, but no love back from them. Not buying another JS.

Cazbot
CazbotNSW2 posts
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billythekid
billythekidVIC15 posts
 
Marc Kelly
Marc KellyNSW5 posts
 
Perfect board for learning to surfWe bought these boards for our family to learn to surf on. It has been wonderful for us all. We have an 8’0 and 7’0 now. These two sizes covers everyone from 85kg adults to 40kg kids. They don’t seem to need any wax which makes transporting them in the car easy. Also the kids like the hand holds in the middle of the board.
Paul M Smith
Paul M Smith2 posts
 
Lost Rocket

Lost Rocket

5.0  (1)
will18
will18AU
 
Nero
NeroSydney4 posts
 
R Livsey
R LivseyQLD5 posts
 
Ben Hyett
Ben HyettADELAIDE
 
Is pretty average not much range wave of a boardis pretty average i thought it was going to be awesome but i wasnt too happy with it. i really gave a real good go but it didnt work too well in average waves. it went well in good waves but not many boards doesnt. but that just me everyon surfs and like different things worth a go.

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Warren J.
Warren J.2 posts
 
DisappointedPurchased a FRK+ in July this year. Surf's great but it's falling apart at the seems. Cracks in the deck and tail and the deck has delaminated. Disappointed that this new design has not been anywhere near as durable as the FireWire boards I've surfed in the past. Show details

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