Deck: Black, Rail: Black, Pin: Yellow & Slick: White
Deck: Midnight Blue, Rail: Black, Pin: Black & Slick: Black
Review By Lachlan Cramsie
Height: 177cm // Weight: 75Kg’s
Recently I’ve moved up to a 41′ from a 40.5. I’ve found in doing so I can be more precise with where I want my board to be in the water, like how much rail I want in the water or how much I want to lift the nose for a section. Same concept as a longboard as to a shortboard, the less length your board has the more control you’re going to get out of it. I find this helps me dramatically not only in bigger conditions, but also in just general control over the wave.
At the moment I’m riding Polypropylene. I pretty much always ride the PP core, it’s without a doubt the strongest core and can handle a pretty serious beating! Being that stiff it’s also a lot faster and proves it in racing for that next section. In saying that, if I’m travelling to colder waters, I’ll change to something softer like a polyethelene core.
PP (1.9pcf Polypropylene), 1 x Carbon Fibre, 55/45 Chine Double Rails, Graduated Channels, DuPont Surlyn® Slick, Cellu-Cushion 8lb PE, Clipped Crescent, MESH, Nose Grips, Nose and Tail Buffers.