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Old     (Andy_Mora)      Join Date: Oct 2012       07-21-2018, 5:11 AM Reply   
I'm looking for a new board (mostly boat riding). I've been riding the Slingshot Response for years now and feel the most comfortable with that. Whenever I switch to something else (different shape, stiff/flex, rocker) it just doesn't work as well for me. I feel comfortable with the flex, featureless base and rocker line of the Response. The problem is that Slingshot doesn't make the Response anymore. So my question is what board would ride similar to that? In the Slingshot lineup, the Pill could work but I'm not a fan of 3 stage rockers, plus the largest size is 142 and I'd prefer a larger size. I've been riding 145 for a while (I'm 6'2", 217lbs) but I don't know, maybe going down to a 142 wouldn't be that big of a deal. I want a fast board so how does the Pill compare in speed? The Nomad is big and fast but it doesn't really work well for me, it's just a little two squishy for me.
I was thinking maybe the the Whip. Seems like it'd be close to the same feel...?
Also the Liquidforce Timba looks like it would ride similar to the Response.
Any suggestions?

 
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