Infinity Rad Noserider Review

What the Infinity Surfboards site says about the Rad Noserider:

‘The Rad Noserider has been quoted: “my favorite board ever” by thousands of surfers. The deep half length nose concave creates incredible nose rides and the “sweet spot” rocker with aggressive V-bottom offers smooth zigzag turns.

This board has beveled rails around the concave for edge control, “tucked edge” rails for fast response and our famous Cluster Fin set up for projection out of bottom turns. We offer the fins as a “convertible” set up to switch from 2+1 to Cluster to Single fin for ultimate versatility. Our hand shaped boards are available in polyester or eps/epoxy and in any length or thickness.

The Rad Noserider Pintail

This is a more classic version of the Rad, it has the same high performance bottom, but with a wider, curvier pin tail and a single fin for those who prefer a more classic look and feel, but want to keep that wonderful Rad performance.’

Image Source: InfinitySurf.com

Image Source: InfinitySurf.com

Image Source: Surf Science

Image Source: Surf Science

What people are saying about it:

Too big. I want to nail big air tricks.” – user Matt on Surf Science

This model is a fast trimming and levitating nose rider.” – surfboardshack.com

One of my best boards I had was a 10’0 Infinity RadNoserider. This board works great, especially using the Turbo Tunnel fin with the sidebites. I didn’t believe how good the fin work with the outline, but it did. I rode up to 5plus high waves at El Porto.” – user Hangtensurfing on surfing-waves.com

I ride this board in Waikiki and North Shore all year round. My favorite side fin setup calls for using Vector’s 3/2, 467. This fin has a channel formed into the fin and it helps ride the nose with more control. I also weigh 230lbs so that’s saying something! This board also needs a 6.5+ center fin to have the “drive” you need for a hard bottom turn. Aloha.” – user Mark on Surf Science

Pretty quick boards. I am not really good enough for big waves but I can only imagine it would be a great board. I am riding a different board now but have let some better surfers use my Infinity and they really liked it. It is a rad noserider.” – user justloafing on surfing-waves.com

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