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CHUM LEE

CHUM LEE

NT$28,300
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Dan Mann States: I’ve been riding the Chum Lee for a while now. In 2009, when I first stepped beyond The Fish design for a groveler, I started with the Sweet Potato and then the Baked Potato as I explored shorter and shorter grovelers. As fun as super short boards are with the right fins and volume, I found the Chum Lee filled a key slot in my quiver.

The Chum Lee should be ridden a bit longer so I ride a Chum Lee that’s 2”-3” longer than my Baked Potato. The added rocker and round tail combined with less width make it super versatile and allow for a seamless transition back to a performance shortboard when the waves are going off.


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