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Mornin' Gents!

A semi-comprehensive history and wet test review of the most exciting re-entry into the microskiff market in ages. Click the link and check it out.

Admittedly, it's a read, but what better way to spend a few minutes at your desk than something completely unrelated to work?

http://www.duppyflyco.com/blog/2019/1/6/one-in-a-billion
 

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Really enjoyable read! Looks like a pretty sweet skiff. Curious about the texture below -- do you know the method used to produce it? Is it gelcoat that was rolled once it began to tack up, or maybe an additive or something? I like it.

 

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Really enjoyable read! Looks like a pretty sweet skiff. Curious about the texture below -- do you know the method used to produce it? Is it gelcoat that was rolled once it began to tack up, or maybe an additive or something? I like it.

Thanks for the kind words - I don't know, actually. I can reach out to Alain and find out, for sure.
 

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Really enjoyable read! Looks like a pretty sweet skiff. Curious about the texture below -- do you know the method used to produce it? Is it gelcoat that was rolled once it began to tack up, or maybe an additive or something? I like it.

Alain explains the texture as follows:

"The interior texture is Line X tinted and shot from a gun. You can adjust the texture some with air pressure. Thinking if it's tough enough for a truck bed, should hold up fine in a nano. Gives a nice nonskid surface a super easy to clean."
 
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