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Old 06-14-2011   #1
 
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LL stomper?

flat hull, 80 gallons. anyone know the length?

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Old 06-15-2011   #2
 
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Well it was a few lengths ahead of the other boats at the SSV creek race

Great job to the young lady "Stomper"ing the boys!
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Well it was a few lengths ahead of the other boats at the SSV creek race

Great job to the young lady "Stomper"ing the boys!
Was she in a Stomp or Jefe? Is there any info on the Stomp, can't seem to find any? Looking for my next C1 conversion and this boat sounds interesting.
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Adrian was definitely in a Stomper. looked like a nice boat, and very well piloted. She beat all the guys with a 16 second margin.
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Stompers in August

The stomper has not been released yet.
Its still in development/ prototype phase.
It looks awesome though.

Logic guys are hinting at an August rollout

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And the Plastic....? My Jefe cracked, bummed me out.
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Creek boats crack specially if you take Sharp rocks to the bottomed of a plastic boat.
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What do you know, I agree with Mike on this one. Please leave the "whose plastic is better discussion" out of this thread. LL is solid, boats break, back to the discussion.

Shane promised on f/b to do a blog update about the Stomper soon. It looks sweet. Something like a jefe / burn or jefe / remix bottom. We'll see what the final hull looks like when the get it sorted. Heard there will be an 80 gallon and a 90 gallon. Sweet looking boat fer sure.
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Point taken. Didn't mean to bash, I do love my Jefe. Let me rephrase... "I am interested in all aspects of LL's new design enhancements including performance, fit, safety, and durability." Looking forward to the unveiling of the LL Stomper! I know a few of paddlers who may be quite interested in this one.
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It really looks like a Jefe and Burn got drunk one night and well...you know the rest.

Seems like a nice boat if I didn't already like my burn and have 2 of em
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