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- Timbertek


5'1 - 5'9  £599

5'11 - 6'3  £610


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Dan Mann has struck gold again. The BAKED POTATO offers the same small wave performance as the SWEET POTATO with a few subtle design adjustments. The nose is pulled in slightly and some of the rail volume has been removed to allow for even faster rail to rail transfers.


The BAKED POTATO has the same aggressive double concaves and 'V-spline' running down the center of the board which allows the board to get up on the rail much faster than the overall design would indicate.


Primarily designed for smaller, weaker conditions, the BAKED POTATO will surprise you by its performance characteristics, and how the quad fins set further back and closer to the rail than usual, allow the board to hold with- out sliding, even in larger surf. Get cooking on a BAKED POTATO.

Rich on the LFT Baked Potato

Customer Feedback

Baked Potato - Lee


"What can I say, I love it! I have surfed it twice so far, Thursday 2ft weak cleanish Saunton and yesterday funky windy 3ft Croyde. Whats impressive is its ability to transition from rail to rail. It's so fat and floaty but once you're up on it it responds like a shortboard and of course it carries all its speed on flat sections. I think we're going to have a lot of fun. I would recommend it to anyone. It feels like it would probably handle itself in bigger surf as well. It's a clever little thing. Well done Dan Mann!!!"


Baked Potato - Darren


" 5'7" Firewire Baked Potato, timbertek

Do you love a board that...


      1) Can surf ankle snappers to head high waves?
        2) That accelerates like a rocket?
        3) Catches small weak waves like a long board but fits in your pocket?
        4) That puts the biggest smile on your face every time you tuck it under your arm?


...then you need a Baked Potato. This was always going to be my groveller board but since I've had it I've surfed it more than my regular board. Why? Because, let's be honest, English waves can be fickle, weak, small and lack power. This board loves all of these conditions but should you get in wrong and turn up with your Baked Potato when it's head high and perfect you'll still have the most fun.

It's beautifully quirky looking, incredibly versatile, catches a ton of waves and turns on a dime.

Give the shore2surf team a call you won't regret it."



Feed back - Rich  "I totally agree with Lee, its wizardry!"