The Summertime features a low nose entry rocker for easy paddling and trimming down the line. It has a single concave bottom with a pullled in squash tail that allows the rider to surf off the tail. It also features a wider nose than your normal fun board which gives you the ability to ride the nose. The Summertime is a great for all conditions from those smaller summer days to overhead surf. This is a must have board for your your quiver!
Outline: A rounded nose and a wider body than your classic funboard give this board plenty of stability with a nice sized sweet spot. The wide point is pushed far forward for a lot of stability. The rails taper in nicely to a thumb tail that's a combination of a squash and round tail.
Rocker: The low rocker is flat enough for nose rides. offers great stability. and plenty of lift to reduce pearling. It's going to help get you into a lot of waves.
Bottom Contours: A single concave all the way through the board gives you plenty of bite for a nice. controlled cruise.
Tail: The thumb tail provides just enough hold leaning more towards a fast and loose feel.
- 7'6 x 22 7/8" x 2 5/8"
- 3 Futures
- PU/poly construction
- Futures fins
- Ankle to Shoulder High
- Beginner to Advanced
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