2012 Makos

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Are they available yet?  Has anyone ridden the 135x37 that can tell me a little bit about it.  Looking for another board to compliment my 150x40.  thanks


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Just told mine are ready for shipping whooooooopeeeeeeee


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So, where did you buy your boards from?  I’m going to have to mail order mine since no one local sells OR.


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North - 28 September 2011 01:10 AM

So, where did you buy your boards from?  I’m going to have to mail order mine since no one local sells OR.

 


http://www.windydevil.com  San Francisco California


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North,

We’ve shipped the 140, 150 and 165 Makos from the factory both to us and to our distributors. They are all on a boat, so will begin shipping to customers in the next - roughly - 2 weeks. The 130 and 135 sizes were not completed on time and will be available to ship to customers roughly 2 weeks after the first 140s, 150s and 165s begin selling.

Stoked!

John Z

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Thanks for the info, John.


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Were are the mako’s ?


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Due in the UK on the 7th


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Any changes to the 150 for 2012 ?
I have a 2010 Mako 150 and I am thinking of upgrading to a 2011 or 2012 with the wood core.
Does the wood core board pop and edge better ?
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The wood core on 2011 / 2012 has a faster more “crisp” flex than than the foam core Mako’s. Overall durability has also increase with the wood core.

2011 / 2012 Mako’s also feature additional offset strap inserts and fin holes (thruster on one end)  that allow a mutant style setup. You can ride the Mako 140 and 150 in classic twin tip, or switch it up straps and fins to mutant style to maximize the boards down the line wave slashing potential. In mutant setup, the board is still comfy to ride “backwards” when taking a break from toe side.