Full bodied noserider. Slightly domed deck and flat bottom. Deck tapers down to foiled but boxy 50/50 rails to keep that classic feeling. Thinned out square tail comes off of a flat deck and slight v through the back loosens up the board. Has more rocker then old school longboards flowing from the middle of the board off the tail. (not a flat tail rocker then turned up quickly in the last 6 inches)
The middle third of the board hosts almost parallel rails designed for the fastest trim speed possible and for the board to stick and suck into the wave face allowing for more bursts of speed through critical sections.
The parallel rails form into a wide noserider outline 20“ wide for complete stability when perched, again with foiled boxy rails. The Logger Head front third boasts more rocker gradually blended in through out, designed to slow down on the nose keeping the rider in the pocket longer, to proficiently hold and plow through washy areas and for added lift through critical pockets.
Thinned out rounded pintail, pulled in nose and wide point in the center ranging from 22 3/4” - 23 1/2” for smoothest curve through the middle of the board.
Designed to channel you higher self into the the wave face. This longboard is loose and responsive off the tail yet stable with a lot of lift through the nose. 50/50 rails in the nose and middle with a pulled up, flat bottomed, thinned out tail. Stomping on the tail is recommended on the Yoda Pin for quick wrapping direction changes and full round cuties.
A smooth concave starts in the middle of the board and gradually increases through the pulled in nose to channel the water back while accelerating. Upturned rails through the nose to add suction to the wave face lengthening the time on the tip.
Journey Man Mid Length
The ultimate all wave all around one board quiver. Designed to surf smooth and handle in all conditions from mushy to overhead and punchy. Wide and rounded pintail with a flat to slight V contour off the tail loosens up and adds more responsiveness, allowing you to wiggle and whip through quick sections while still holding enough line and stomp the tail for a bigger sweeping cutty.
The thumb tailed tear drop outline brings the wide point to the front third of the board allowing the rider more flow through sections and effortless stability cross stepping up and back. The flatter rocker in the nose and smooth transition into the concave keeps the flow and trim speed high through your ventures towards the nose, stretch fives and to ultimately fly through the sections.
Sizes 7’ to 8’6”
Fin 9” Flex Fin
A thicker 80’s style shortboard. Flatter rocker and a flat bottom for endless speed. Upright keel fins towed in 1/4” to tighten the turning radius of the board. Boxy down rails with hard edges through the tail. The wide hips with pulled in wing allows for more speed and section making, while the narrow swallow because of the wings lets you wrap full cutties without the lag of a standard fish. Thickness in the nose and body give this board great paddling power and the pulled in pointy nose give this board a standard shorty feel of staying high and tight in the pocket. A longboarders step down delight.
Eleven Foot Noserider
Standard longboard outline extended to 11’x22 1/2”x3 1/4”
Ideal board for those slow, rolly extended flat section SanO, Cardiff days. When the tides high and you want to surf like you’re cruising in a 1966 Cadillac coupe Deville with the top down.
The flat rocker through out highly increases your distant section making abilities. A board that must be cross stepped to work properly, the long extended midsection creates an accelerated trim speed and as you step back to the rounded pintail and lean into your turn above the fin you can drive through your cutbacks and feel a great swing weight as the nose of the board wraps around you. The down rail through the tail allows for some easy rocking back forth and loosens up the board overall.
With tip time always in mind. the Eleven Foot Noserider will seek out the next section and allow for acceleration and control on the front end of the board, with turned up rails and a deep concave running into a flat mid section. This extended longboard, over 3” thick, with full, boxy 50/50 rails for even extra buoyancy will out paddle and glide the pack while still turning and noseriding like a traditional longboard.
Full Speed Shape
Designed like a longboard version of a 70’s pipe gun, with the thickness being at the front 3rd of the board to always hold the down the line speed. A flat deck with beveled edges into a down rail through the nose cutting through the water as quickly as possible and to hold your line through any chop.