Stacey The 5150 Review

What the Stacey Surfboards site says about The 5150:

‘From venue to venue, the studio & rehearsal your trusty 5150 constantly delivers, never letting you down. You’ve thrown it in the back of the tour van, had people spill beer on it, lent it to your buddies and the thing still blows your mind. Remember that show in the tiny club? The room was packed & sweaty with people piled on top of each other. People were jumping of the stacks and hanging from the ceiling. It was one of the best shows you’d ever played. The 5150 never fails. Shred on…’

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What people are saying about it:

“A forgiving, performance shortboard which draws design elements from the popular Taxi and Bounty Hunter models, the Stacey Surfboards 5150, this is the shortboard you can always rely on. Extra vee in the tail helps the 5150 to release through turns and makes this board feel extra lively from rail to rail. Drivey, mid to full entry rocker leads into a fuller outline with deep single to double concave bottom contours and a squash tail.” – Benny’s Boardroom

“The tight squash tail combines with a pronounced vee to give the intermediate to advanced surfer a lively, fast ride. Are you looking for solid, dependable performance from your shortboard for average, everyday conditions? This could be the board for you.” – Compare Surfboards

“The 5150 has a single to double concave that gives you plenty of speed with control to boot. This board has a fuller forward outline giving you plenty of control and making it easy to catch more waves.” – Boardcave

“A surfboard named after an exceptionally famous guitar amp. The 5150 from Stacey Surfboards is pegged as an allrounder that will never let you down – just like a Marshall stack. A great choice as an all rounder for Vicco waves – fuller through the nose than your standard shorty for an extra bit of paddle & stability, but still pulled in enough for tight pocket-oriented arcs. The 5150 will also have plenty of speed thanks to a nice deep single concave in the front half of the board that blends through into a double concave in the tail with a hint of vee out of the tail.” – Zak Surfboards

“Just rode this board in 5ft pumping Kirra and it was awesome.” – John Pilato on YouTube

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