Build as a noserider with soft rails, kick rocker and rolled vee off the tail. The wide tail helps holding it in aswell. Not as easy to paddle in due to previous named features. Once you’re in the wave, you’ll want to surf it from the front part of the board and spend most off your time there. Which is what you’re looking for in a noserider right? The board is glassed with epoxy and 3 layers of 5.5 oz glassfabric on top and 2 layers on the bottom which results in a heavier and stronger longboard.
Size 9’2 – 23 1/4 – 2 7/8
Paddles into waves easy due to straight outline and high volume up front. The board turns well due to the hip and vee off the tail. It is a single fin so long arching turns over sharp off the tops. An 8.5 inch dolphin fin feels like it has the right balance between manoevrability and drive. Personal preference that is.
Size 7′ – 21 1/2 – 2 3/4
Paddles into waves easily due to low nose and tail rocker and maximized planing area up front. Ultimate down the line cruiser, with still some high manuverability if surfed off the tail. The board is built following the industry standard (with the substitution of epoxy) meaning a core of PU (polyurthane) foam and 4x4x4 oz fiberglass.
Size 6′-21-2 1/2
Mini, Softtop Foam
Mini simmons inspired planing hull with maximum width to length ratio. Low tail rocker and medium nose rocker for absolute wave catching purposes. Forgiving, full and round rails on the front and mid sections of the board angling into hard, sharp rails and edges of the tail for quick releases. Combination of progressing rails and a wide tail make it a speedy little cruiser that loves carving on long, easy sloping open faces. 2×3 fcs 1 finboxes installed for 3 tab keel fins or options for a bigger twin fin.
Size 5’4 – 22 – 2 7/8