"THIS IS THE BOARD THAT WILL GET YOU TO THE FINISH LINE"
I wanted to make a board with a wide nose and slightly more pulled-in tail to really appeal to surfers of all ability levels. For the surfer looking to consistently get to the tip, this board is perfect. It gives you the confidence to get to the nose in one fluid motion.
The main attributes of this board focus on early wave entry and stability for the surfer looking to enhance their classic longboarding style. The pulled-in tail allows for quicker rail-to-rail turns and easy set-up for nose rides. The board has a continuous easy entry rocker that is forgiving and stable for cross-stepping and late take-offs.
The midsection of the board is a quarter inch wider than most of our models, lending to more stability while moving up and down the board. The blended concave and 50/50 rails throughout make for easy transition from the back of the board to the nose "To take you from the center of the board to the finish line!"
Average nose: 19.5"
Average tail: 15.75"
7/16' Darkwood stringer
Yelllow Tint bottom/clear deck
Cody 1/4' Black pin on deck
Fiberglass fin inc
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