TIMELESS LOOK, SOLID PERFORMANCE
• Twin T-stringers made from glass fibre are positioned on the deck and bottom of the board close to the rail, providing a massive increase in the overall strength against total breakage in the surf.
• An additional wide layer of 200g glass wraps the rails for higher strength against paddle impact and further reinforces the overall strength against buckling.
• The deck features reinforced biaxial glass and Australian pine, to resist heel dents and impact from the standing area.
• The nose and tail are wrapped in multiple layers of glass fiber for further strength on these impact zones.
9’0″ x 30″ / 157L
Length: 9’0” / 274 cm
Width: 30” / 76 cm
The 9’0” is the biggest board in the range and the first pro design to go as wide as 30”, designed for riders that want extra stability and float. The length works as a gun-style board in bigger surf, generating faster down-the-line speed.
8’7″ x 29.5″ / 135L
Length: 8’7” / 262 cm
Width: 29.5” / 75 cm
The 8’7” doesn’t feel like the second biggest board in the range, in fact far from it. Yes, it has 135L to float a rider up to 110kg, but the performance is unmatched for a board of its size.
8’0″ x 29″ / 121L
Length: 8’0” / 244 cm
Width: 29” / 74 cm
The 8’0” packs a surprising amount of volume for its size, making it a very viable option for riders that might normally be intimidated by going so short. The domed deck holds the float and stability, thinning out at the rails to allow for responsive foot pressure when turning without making the board feel corky.
7’7″ x 28″ / 107L
Length: 7’7” / 231 cm
Width: 28” / 71 cm
This board replaces both the 7’10” x 28” and 29”, and yet despite being shorter, it has 5 liters more float for riders up to 85kg. The thin and sharp rails provide so much speed down the line that it makes it easy to set up for explosive maneuvers.