Friday, September 30, 2011

A stack of mats?

Or maybe a deck of mats followed by a spread of mats followed closely by a troop of mats! Anyway, today a 4GF Vespa Roundtail and a Greenough spec UDT arrived. And my God that last is a huge mat and will be great for a summer of smaller wind driven waves hopefully. Here are some pics to show you the comparison between all 5 mats currently in my possession.
In order from the smallest to the largest: 4GF Standard, 4GF Tracker Roundtail, Krypt MT5, 4GF Vespa Roundtail, 4GF Greenough spec UDT. The Krypt is in the middle as it is a little shorter, but a little wider, a little thinner but a lot more at the back end with that big square tail that you can observe in the 2nd and 3rd images. In the 4th and 5th images you can see the Vespa has a fair bit of size over the Tracker and what a monster the UDT actually is in length, width and thickness! The 10' single fin of the matting world - awesome!







10 comments:

  1. almost a year since i received my UDT Greenough...you're gonna love it!
    That mat helped my keep my sanity thru the discomfort of a broken wrist.

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  2. Good to hear Neil. Looking forward to giving it and the Vespa a session. Reviews coming up soon!

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  3. I wanna see if I can stand-up surf on that big one - the malibu.

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  4. I've had my greenough spec for about five months. Good mat in good conditions! Great mat in not so good conditions!

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  5. Of course a UDT is like a Standard to Matt ;-)

    Interested to hear how these go.

    Cheers

    GOf course a UDT is like a Standard to Matt ;-)

    Interested to hear how these go.

    Cheers

    G

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  6. I know! i so need a Underwater demolition team model 4GF!

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  7. How about an "inflation" of mats Ramie?

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  8. It would be a "murder of mats" if my wife ever found out that I had that many!

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  9. Jeez I'm in big trouble I have 5 guitars too!

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