HI Tassie , I'd be very leery of anything 8pmish
, they, if you go to their site, import lots of things to sell on line but the surfing product I've seen coming out of Asia at that price is usually not so good. I also suspect that the boards they sell are just ghost shapes from a factory without continual input from a reasonable shaper.
Global surf industries have their shapes based from good shapers and have continual quality control and so are a lot better and I believe you can get some redress if things are not right. Not all epoxy is equal and/ or well done
Then if you buy at a local store and they sell the board I suggested ( it too comes out of Asia) you are doing two things, maintaining a local business with a bit of a sale on then you are building a relationship for your daughter as her surfing progresses and if your wife shops there as well you may get little bonuses.
I live in a small country town at the bottom of NSW everyone tries to buy locally as it keeps the money in the town + it is in a local's interest to keep people happy as they will come back. Margins are so tight now every bit helps the local store.
Surfed Tassie a bit Clifton and South Arm area and Bruny Island at Cloudy bay, rates as one of my most spooked out sessions
Much warmer up here in southern NSW
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