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GMC:MAXIPIP
GMC:MAXIPIP

Gary McNeill

Maxi Pip

5

Product rating: Maxi Pip Maxi Pip Gary McNeill
5 out of 5 with 1 ratings

The Maxi Pip by Gary McNeill is a mid-length twin fin based off Rasta's latest favourite board the Mini Pip. The extra length in the Mid Length Pip allows it to paddle like a dream, take off early and drive fast down the line. The extra rail length means you can really draw big lines when you're wiping off speed.

It also features the Torus Channel which has been praised by Rasta to increase hold in hollow sections and help generate speed when you pump off your front foot. All in all, this a fun-packed surfboard that's feel is so unique it will complement any quiver.

Please note:
  • This board includes a ""Torus"" channel and smaller inside tail channel as standard
  • Flax Bio Resin & artwork (as displayed) are not included. Please choose below.


  • Sustainable Choice eco board
    Sustainable Choice - Eco Board
    Choose Flax Bio Resin Construction at Step 3.
    SPECIFICATIONS

    1-6 ft
    Wave Height
    4 / 5
    Paddle Power
    5 / 5
    Drive/Speed
    4 / 5
    Maneuverability

    from $785
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    $785.00
    *Due to COVID there are slight delays for custom orders, typical lead time is currently 5 - 8 weeks
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    Artwork: None
    Brand Gary McNeill
    Extras: None
    Total // $0.00 AUD

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    Maxi Pip

    Gary McNeill

    6'6" x 19 3/4" x 2 1/2"
    Review by Felix
    Age: 22 | Height:170 cm | Weight: 67 kg | skill: Experienced
    (27/05/2020)

    5/5


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    My PIP is a bit of a mashup between the Maxi PIP and the pin twin. The outline is a pin tail twin, a bit stretched out for a solid step up, but includes the iconic "Torus" full length channels on the maxi PIP, and other Gary McNeill boards, along with tail channels. My board is mostly set-up as a step up, which I've sometimes ridden more as a mid-length. With a nice pin tail, and tail channels, this board has so much hold, and so much speed in larger surf. I've felt very comfortable dropping into 6ft+ waves and getting a deep bottom turn with loads of speed onto the open face. The extra paddle power with added volume and length giving me plenty of extra time to get in early, and the refined tail providing no shortage of hold. This board loves to set a rail and get a big turn in, and loves to go fast. As a mid-length, this board has so much paddle power, and lots of speed, which helps for small, very straight, Autumn/Winter days with gusty offshores... I can imagine the diamond tail on the original model would offer some fun pivot points to make better use of the speed and ease this board has to offer. My go to fins for this board have been the Tyler Warren upright twins, which are a bit of a larger fin, and quite stiff, which I found better in the bigger stuff with ample power/speed available from the wave itself. In smaller waves, trying to ride it as more of a mid-length, the Rasta Twin+1 did a good job at generating speed. I got this board in regular epoxy construction, with some art on the deck. Sadly she's been in the shop twice now for a leash/tail, and rail repair from larger surf. With expert repairs, the board still feels great and held through some pretty good waves over the big surf brought by the recent Tasman Low.

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