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Surfed for many years and my Surf Tech Big Fish was stolen. A friend bought me a Dwart from a pawn shop and it's the fastest board I have ever ridden and I've ridden many, many surfboards. Speed is important here in Texas since the waves are typically slow. Of course, that can change when there's a hurricane in the Gulf Of Mexico...
I have the 5'10" epoxy model and I'm 210 lb, age 38, live in Santa Cruz. Even a 5'9" would have been fine because it's nearly 36L and quite wide. It flows in small waves and soft points up to overhead. I've found the AM2 Large tri fin set works best. Without big enough fins I've found it slides out. I love the original Dwart and wonder what this version would be like with a round tail or swallow. Overall it's been my go-to board, but with a slightly narrower outline and swallow tail I think it might be even better. Great board for average conditions.
I’m really liking this board. Looking at the outline and rocker, I knew it would be fast, but I was surprised at how responsive and precise it feels. With three fins it has very familiar feelings of high performance boards I’ve loved in the past, but with more built in glide and flow. For me, chest to head high soft/medium waves are where this board excels. I think a lot of guys around my weight (195lbs) and age (44), who need some volume and surface area will easily find dimensions that work. I’m sure it also works great for younger/lighter guys, who can ride it super short as a small wave board. But for me this is a go-to board for everyday SoCal conditions up to head high or maybe a foot overhead.