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PYZEL Amigo 6'2 Surfboard

SKU AMGO-16404
$650.00
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About PYZEL Amigo 6'2 Surfboard - AMGO-16404 in Poly/Sand/Color

"We made the Amigo to fit somewhere right between the Pyzalien and the Flash, as either a chunky shortboard, or a streamlined stubbie. The heart of this board is a very fast, very user friendly rocker that not only gains speed easily, but has a loose, snappy feel in all kinds of waves. The outline is full, with a nice hip leading into a wide tailblock which adds to the speed but lets it break free where you want it to. The bottom has single concave running all the way through, with just a touch of double concave between the fins. This combo gives lift to get the board planing on top of the water easily and helps maintain speed through flatter, weaker sections. If you love riding a stubbie, but you crave a more high performance feeling, the Amigo is going to be the board for you. " - PYZEL.

Dimensions:

  • Length: 6'2
  • Width: 20
  • Thickness: 2.63
  • Volume: L34.1
  • Fins System: Future

This site is a demo site only. This product is not available for sale from us but can be purchased at SurfRide.com. The product images and descriptions have been provided by Surf Ride.

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