Overall Rating: 6.84/10
Surftech Wayne Lynch - Freeform
Surftech Wayne Lynch - Freeform
(39 Reviews)
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TYPE: Shortboards
SIZE: Length: 6' 3" to 7' 6"
Width: 19.25" to 21.00"
Thickness: 2.5" to 2.437"
MATERIAL: Sandwich Construction
FIN: Tri Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner - Advanced
FEATURES: Technology: Tuflite
USED PRICE: $0.00 - $0.00

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Surftech Wayne Lynch - Freeform

Manufacturer Description
WAYNE LYNCH FREEFORM - Wider with more volume and slightly softer plan-shape curves. This creates great paddling qualites, plus the ability to run across flat sections. It also enhances the board's drive out of your turns and down the line speed and tube riding momentum.The idea is to retain the maneuverability of the modern design yet maintain the boards superior paddling qualities.

Ratings and Reveiws (39 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 6.84/10
Paddling: 6.56/10
Stability: 6.82/10
Speed: 7.24/10
Manuevarability: 6.76/10
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9/10 By Bergs on 2019-11-07

Dog of a board until o hed then turns into a section crusher, stable n holds line. I have never bogged a rail no matter how hard I have pushed a bottom turn, at double it just goes so good


8/10 By ozsurfer on 2014-12-02

Rode the 7'6" in double overhead + in Indonesia. Great. I weigh 105kg and it went superb. Some of the best waves of my life, goes better in the bigger stuff.


0/10 By Rob Saunders on 0000-00-00

Have 7'6" Freeform which I love. Want a shorter board say 7'. I am 63 yrs old so not as fit as I used to be. Need board for Maldives trip in June


5/10 By H0mertax on 0000-00-00

Quick down line and turns slowly, but it's a good all-around board. Slides nicely. Hard to generate a lot of power off the bottom.


7.5/10 By Warren on 2010-10-24

Needs bigger waves , waist high + as it tends to sink without a bit of velocity. I'm 85kg riding the 6'6


9.5/10 By PD on 2011-06-01

Great board for the bigger stuff. Fast, stable and paddles like a speedboat.


8.5/10 By steve on 2015-06-15

Good paddler, surprisingly maneuverable. I have a 6'6" that I use on big hurricane swells. It gets me in, very stable.


9.5/10 By Dan on 2013-12-01

I own the 6'9" and have also ridden the 6'3". The 6'3" surfed really well in small punchy beachbreaks, I was surprised how well it could turn off the bottom being a rounded pin. As an guy in my late 30s I thought I would struggle on a 6'3" in small waves but it went sowell I decided I had to have one. Couldn't find a 6'3" but managed to get the 6'9". Surfed it in hollow waves in the Maldives and it went great. Even surfed it in mushy point break waves and was surprised how well it went. I'm probably surfing as well as I ever have thanks to this board. Highly recommended.