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Tom Carroll Loose Leaf SUP

Tom Carroll Paddle Surf Loose Leaf CV SUP

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Product Description

The TC Paddle Surf Loose Leaf CV Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) brings design and innovation together to produce a board that caters to the performance end of the SUP wave riding market.

DESIGN: Inspired by Tom Carroll’s lust for riding waves with no limitations. The overall design focuses on providing control through efficient water flow, and remarkable response through specially designed bottom curves and a more refined outline.

CONTOURS: The unique bottom contours reduce rail volume and drag without sacrificing wave riding sensitivity. The deep double concave displacement hull allows free flowing water movement through the underside of the nose and enhances a positive connection to the wave face on steeper drops. Subtle concave through the centre leads into a pronounced spiral vee out the tail, which provides quick turning capabilities and effortless roll from rail-to-rail.

ROCKER: Moderate nose lift combined with a smooth rocker profile out through the tail allows this board to accelerate quickly off the mark and fit in the most critical parts of the wave at multiple angles of attack. The rocker has also been designed to allow forward movement when paddling into waves, and easy turning when driving off the tail zone.

FINS: Versatile 4 + 1 set up comes with the new FCS II TC SUP quad set for ultimate pivoting and turning response. The 6″ TC Paddle Surf single fin can be used with either the quad side or rear fins providing a more controlled feel.

PERFORMANCE: Five sizes in this model accommodate a broad range of riders. Highly responsive with just the right amount of control, this board is ideal for those adventuring from the intermediate to advanced end of their wave riding skills.

Approx board weights: 8’0: 7.9kg/17.4lbs | 8’4: 8.4kg/18.5lbs | 8’8: 9.1kg/20lbs | 9’0 9.8kg/21.6lbs | 9’6: 10.6kg/23.3lbs.

Specifications

NOTE: rider weight is based on board volume and intermediate rider skill level.
LENGTHWIDTHTHICKVOLUMEFINS (supplied with board)APPROX WEIGHT RANGE
8'0''26 3/4''3 13/16''78 ltrFCSII TC Premium Quad70kg / 154lb or less
8'4''27''3 15/16''96 ltrFCSII TC Premium Quad75kg / 165lb
8'8''29''4 1/4''111 ltrFCSII TC Premium Quad80kg / 176lb
9'0''29''4 5/16''120 ltrFCSII TC Premium Quad80kg / 176lb +
9'6''29 1/2''4 1/4''129.8 ltrFCSII TC Premium Quad85kg / 187lb +

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Technical Info

Board Concave

Double Concave

Double concaves add lift and drive.
Rail

Bevel Rail

Bevels allow the shaper to create specific release points for water flow on the rail.
Wave Height

2-10ft Waves

Surfer Skill Level

Intermediate, Advanced

 

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  1. 5 out of 5 Indo trials Loose Leaf 8'4

    Well i only rode it a few days because i spent most time on another board on another island but this is what i found. Stock quads – didn’t like them, felt a bit tight for me but i wasn’t riding barrels. C Drive medium thrusters in head high waves – fun with plenty of drive but not as good as having the C-Drives on a JP 8’0. Large FCS 3D centre and small stock sides in 5ft – the most fun. The wings helped the board glide on early and when it walled up and the floor dropped away the board took off, chined rails on a 27″ wide board make it glue to steep faces easily and feel very solid, bottom turns on the 3D centre were psycho, laying over to horizontal whilst getting max drive off the long base and mega hold from the winglets is the best feeling. I tried with the big stock fins as sides and they were a bit big so will look for flat foil thrusters around 14.5 sq in.
    Negatives: a bit unpredictable to negotiate on to a wave in exposed breaks or with heaps of water ripping thru. Glass shatters on the rails, although it remained watertight, i put on some rail guard. Didn’t come with a centre fin.
    Can’t wait to get back to Indo for another go on it.

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  2. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    4 out of 5 Great value sale price

    I had the 8’4 out in 1 footers last weekend in Darwin and was surprised how well it went. My old Blane 9’2 hull ripper will not work under 2 ft. I love the hull ripper style design which is why i bought. Construction is excellent, it weighs 8Kg, i own similar size carbon/composite boards a Kg or more less but i prefer a stronger construction for traveling. Will get it to Indo for a few weeks at the end of Sept after which i can provide a proper review. Currently running a large FCS 3D centre with the TC small sides. Will try out stock TC quads and medium C Drive thrusters in Indo. I would really like to try the 9′ x 29″ in bigger swells. i weigh 73Kg.

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  3. Question

    I am 83 kg and want to go to a 8ft 4 , as i want to do more short board riding, i ride a 7ft mini mal ,and want to do similar on other

    I ride a 7ft surfboard and have a 9’6 sup. Want to go to a 8’4 to surf a bit more short board style. But i am kg83. And the spec says 8’8 ,but i want to go to a bit smaller .is the spec8’4 going to be too small in volume.

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    • Hi Geoff, It really depends how well you can ride a SUP.
      The better you ride the lower volume you can go for. The 8’4 is only 27″ wide and 96 litres volume, you may find it a little hard for you.
      I would go the 8’8 as it is 29″ wide and will still surf a lot better than your current 9’6.
      Cheers,

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