Surftech Lynch Full Flight Surfboard
If you're looking for more stability and power in paddle then you can count on Wayne Lynch's Full Flight Surfboard. The round-pintail shape creates a relatively high flow-volume while the tri-fin set-up dishes out solid maneuverability and tracking through barrels. Wayne Lynch and Surftech come together to build a classic shape around a modern, highly effective core.
- Surftech's proprietary Tuflite fused-cell won't absorb water nearly as much as traditional polystyrene cores
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What are the exact specs on the 6.3 that you have in stock? Center,
What are the exact specs on the 6.3 that you have in stock? Center, thickness and Volume would be of a great help!... but if you can also point out shaping details of the bottom (e.g. concave, vee's, rocker)I would really appreciate!!... (On the tech specs pointed with your product page are available only the dims of the 6.7)
September 26, 2012
This board must be the Lynch Freeform model, since surftech doesn't make the Full Flight model. Assuming it's the Freeform, the dimensions of the 6'3" would be:
Nose : 11 1/2"
Mid : 19 1/4"
Tail : 14 1/2"
Thickness : 2 1/2"
Volume : 30
April 16, 2013
December 20, 2010
First off, this board is the Wayne Lynch Freeform, not the Full Flight. The picture is correct. It has a rounded pintail. It is 19.75" wide in the center, not 22" as listed in the specs here.
This board has great paddle power, works great in hollow waves and carries through the flats. Don't let the wacky description deter you. Wayne Lynch is a master.