The nose entry hull design like that of a race board keeps it fast and sleek to cut through chop or speed across calm flatwater. These are great for e ...
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| Submitted by: E. Holmes on 2013-09-21
Summary: Isle touring and diamond tail
Pros: great quality. great shapes
Cons: no cons board shape is designed to do what they do and do very well
Usage: I use the touring for flat water in all conditions. Fantastic. Diomond tail rips.both board paddle and handle very nice.seen a lot of boards. surfed since 1977 isle boards are good quality boards . no b.s.
Submitted by: E. Holmes on 2013-04-05
Summary: This board is nice.
Pros: I like the quality of the board. Not a Pop Off by no means. Very well made, good materials and a great look. Isle boards are priced low, but you get the quality of a higher priced board. FOR REAL.
Cons: Cant complain. The 2013 model with the pop out handle,love it.
Usage: I paddle this board 3 to 6 miles a day. EVERY DAY ! When the wind blows I paddle the headwind on my knees with a custom short paddle I made. Then stand up when its at my back. I also have their 10'2"diomond tail.Nice rocker, dual channeled to quad fin with 8" center. Its great for surfing.