Night Train Surfboards – Summer Fling

Night Train Surfboards – Summer Fling

SUMMER FLING
- 9’1 and up – 17 x 22 1/2 x 15 x 2 7/8″ – Low entry rocker with kick in the tail. The rolled bottom helps to keep forward momentum while the narrow nose allows for smooth nose riding in the steeper sections. Wide hips with a narrow tail block make this board highly maneuverable. Its a good everyday board to fit a variety of conditions.

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Apr 27, 2014 by Scott

Jack is the man. I gave him some complicated and precise glassing requests and he pulled it off perfectly. The summer fling is a great all around board. Whip turns, nose rides, speed trim, critical fly-away kick outs, it does it all. If I have to choose just one longboard this would be it.


Oct 10, 2012 by Sean C.

Oh yeah. Forgot the 5 stars. Got a little ahead of myself there.


Summer fling review

Oct 09, 2012 by Marcus

Great all around surfboard. Im on my second summer fling from Jack. I ride this board in all kinds of conditions. If your going to have one board this would be it. I can go off the bottom and cut back effortlessly yet still noseride in the pocket. I make more sections with the rolled bottom. Get on one to see for yourself.


5.0 5.0 3 3 Jack is the man. I gave him some complicated and precise glassing requests and he pulled it off perfectly. The summer fling is a great all around board. Whip turns, nose rides, s Summer Fling

One Response to “Night Train Surfboards – Summer Fling”

  1. Sean C. says:

    This board should be called “The Wife for Life” instead. It’s more than just a fling for me, and it’s lasted well on past the summer. This stick is my daily. It doesn’t bog in the pocket when you’re tip-toeing up, and it coasts over flat spots. Goes all the way around off the tail too. I lost it in the rocks twice on low tide Sano the other day; there was no damage done, a testament to Jack’s craftsmanship and solid construction techniques.

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