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Surfboard Review: Fourth Doofer By Luke Hart

by on Friday 21st June, 2013   8051 Visits   Comments

THE Fourth Doofer is a hybrid design which attempts to create a ‘one board quiver’. A slightly glib way of describing a board which goes well in almost anything.

Suitable for those on a tight budget, a single board to travel with or anyone looking for a board which just goes. Of course no ‘one’ board can be better suited for a number of tasks than a board specifically designed for that single task. However one board can perform well in multiple situations and conditions and Luke would contend this is just such a beast.

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*About this Reviewer

Luke Hart is a shaper for Fourth Surfboards, he knows a rail from a swallow-tail better than most and has a client list from the World Tour right through to your local beach. MSW took no money for this review from any advertiser (but Luke did hand shape this board).

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