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THO:62FU
THO:62FU

Thomas Surfboards

6-2 FU

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Product rating: 6-2 FU 6-2 FU Thomas Surfboards
4 out of 5 with 1 ratings

The 6-2 FU by Thomas Bexon is the combination of interesting shortboards they had laying around the factory from the 80's and 90's. Taking certain elements of each and adding some more modern tweaks the result was a board they dubbed the "6'2 F*** You". It features a flat deck for volume, low boxy down rails for engagement and more narrow outline. Subtle single concave leading into a double to vee out the tail. The 6-2 FU was tested by Harrison Roach on the big walls of Desert Point where it proved it self well worthy.

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SPECIFICATIONS

3-8 ft
Wave Height
3 / 5
Paddle Power
4 / 5
Drive/Speed
5 / 5
Maneuverability

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Brand Thomas Surfboards
Extras: None
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