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Old 02-06-2018, 10:52 AM
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I did a custom Voodoo last spring... awesome board and so quick! Def a huge supporter...
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Old 02-06-2018, 11:43 AM
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So....I have a Honu and I think it's a really fun board that is fast and stable while still being challenging and versatile in both surf and skim style. I see that some of you recommend the VooDoo too. Which Soulcraft boards do others have, and what do you like about it?

Jason - if you've had eight of em, what's your favorite so far?


i rode a 4'7'' SOS last year and it was good, but nothing compared to the voodoo. the voodoo is fast and very quick compared to the sos. my voodoo is 4'6'' and is perfect behind my x10 with the 820s, my buddy has a voodoo that is 4'8'' and it feels much larger and not as fun. i also tried a 4'6'' skimmer that felt way too small behind my x10, i ordered one that is 4'10'' tri-fin. for reference i am 6' 190lbs. I have yet to try the 4'10'' skimmer. one other thing i would say is the voodoo is excellent for anyone learning to surf, to doing airs, and 360's. i wanted a skimmer to learn a shove it.
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Old 02-06-2018, 11:57 AM
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I agree Jeff is outstanding. He has taken great care of our family. Below is the custom board he built for us. Sorry but I can't figure out how to rotate the pics. Can someone tell me how to change this pls.
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Old 02-06-2018, 01:13 PM
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i rode a 4'7'' SOS last year and it was good, but nothing compared to the voodoo. the voodoo is fast and very quick compared to the sos. my voodoo is 4'6'' and is perfect behind my x10 with the 820s, my buddy has a voodoo that is 4'8'' and it feels much larger and not as fun. i also tried a 4'6'' skimmer that felt way too small behind my x10, i ordered one that is 4'10'' tri-fin. for reference i am 6' 190lbs. I have yet to try the 4'10'' skimmer. one other thing i would say is the voodoo is excellent for anyone learning to surf, to doing airs, and 360's. i wanted a skimmer to learn a shove it.
Great info...thanks for sharing!
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Old 02-06-2018, 01:31 PM
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I want to give a shout out to SoulCraft! Based on a lot of research, recommendations, and posts on TeamTalk, I reached out to SoulCraft. Jeff was patience, knowledgeable, and spent the time to understand me and my skill. His customer service his by far the best iíve experienced in a long time.

I drove down to Oceanside Cali to see where the action happens...he is a busy guy and spent nearly an hour with me showing me around the shop, some of the boards on order right now, and just over the top friendly and I was just picking up my board, I got a 4í8 Voodoo by the way. I even picked up a couple of shirts while I was there.

Had the exact same experience. Jeff spent almost an hour with me going over each design, showing me dif size boards, talking about my stance, riding style, and how I want to ride. As a long time (ocean) surfer and skater we decided on a secrete weapon which has less push than a voodoo but generates tons of speed from pumping. Jeff's amazing guy. Highly recommend giving him a call or email. So worth the money.
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Old 02-16-2018, 11:27 PM
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Jeff is a genuine gentleman. Itís amazing what he does. I love my Honu. I also bought my wife an AV for Xmas. 2018 should be fun.
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Old 02-17-2018, 12:27 AM
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Jeff is a genuine gentleman. Itís amazing what he does. I love my Honu. I also bought my wife an AV for Xmas. 2018 should be fun.
Those are some nice boards...I have a feeling I will be buying another Soulcraft in the future for the Mrs.
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Old 04-13-2018, 09:56 AM
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Ordered one from Jeff last week. Outstanding customer service and attention to needs and detail.
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Old 04-14-2018, 03:48 AM
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Just received a voodoo for myself and an AV for my wife. Can't wait to get out to the lake and try them out!
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