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Head To Head Wide Body Surf SUP Board Test 2022 / Jimmy Lewis Super Frank Lean VS JP-Australia Surf Wide

In the fourth instalment of our 2022 SUPboarder PRO Head To Head Wide Body Surf SUP Test, we ride the Jimmy Lewis Super Frank Lean and the JP-Australia Surf Wide.

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Etienne Forget
Etienne Forget
5 months ago

Amazing ! That was slick
I have a Jimmy Lewis striker and I like it a lot . They have been making sup forever .

My next board is either a super frank or the new destroyer they just came out with . I would have loved for you guys to test that board and compare it to superfeank on similar volume . I have seen footage of a guy surfing it and it looked amazing .

Etienne Forget
Etienne Forget
5 months ago
Reply to  Beau Nixon

Please test the destroyer . A lot of people are calling it a quiver killer . Here’s some guy surfing the 115 liter version . He says it’s his favorite board in the line up . I’d like to know how it stacks up against the super Franck .

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDum1BRFI4X/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

Reuben Ellis
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4 months ago
Reply to  Etienne Forget

I think this would be a great board to test. We will try and get it . Thanks Reuben

Scott Krause
Scott Krause
3 months ago

An 8’6″ x 32″ 141L Super Frank has been my primary board for the past year and it has been a blast! This board really shines in small, low period waves. It is incredibly playful and makes small, junky waves a joy. I will say that I find the Super Frank becomes a little squirrely when the waves get above shoulder high. I am looking at replacing my board with a Super Frank that has a little less volume. I can go with either an 8’6″ x 30.5″ at 130L or 8′ x 31.5″ at 127L. Beau or Reuben, can… Read more »

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