Canvas 612 MNR Review

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What the Canvas Surfboards site says about the 612 MNR:

‘The 612 is a foot longer than its little brother, the 512 MNR. It has many similar attributes that make this board versatile. The one difference is found in the tail. The 612 comes with a rounded squash tail with a unique twist. The tail has a slight little bevel off the end of the board which we call the kickstall tail based off of skateboards. The 612 also has a single concave that runs throughout the bottom of the board from nose to tail similar to the 512. All we know is that the board works insane and it’s such a fun in between size that it puts it right in the fun board category.’

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1-4ftIdeal Wave Height

What people are saying about it:

“One of the most versatile boards you can own, the 612 MNR by Canvas Surfboards is the perfect board for a longboarder looking to step down or a shortboarder looking to style cheater fives in the pocket. With the deep single concave from nose to tail, the 612 MNR will hold a nice line when riding the front half of the board, and with the unique bevelled tail they call the “Kick Stall”, you can lay into wrapping turns with ease. Surf the 612 MNR in anything from 1 foot to shoulder high. Designed to be surfed by a wide variety of surfing styles, the 612 MNR can be the go to board for when you want something with a little more pep than your Longboard or a little cruisier but with highly fun performance characteristics than your shortboard or groveler.” – Boardcave

“The 612 MNR (Mini Nose-rider) is a longer version of the 512 MNR. Both are versatile shortboards that can be surfed in either a performance or longboard stylee. The major difference between the 612 and the 512, other than the length, is its skateboard inspired ‘kickstall’ squash-tail (as opposed to a swallow), which adds a little more pzazz through turns.” – Down The Line Surf

“Rode it three times but I’ve come to realise that there is no such thing as a longboard replacement when actually surfing Sano. I need a longboard back in my quiver. This board is fun and amazing but I have to let it go if I want to buy a longboard.” – user VCaba21 on Surfer Forum

“This would be such a rad Oregon summer board.” – user tylerloessl on Instagram

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