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Just got this done and surfed it this morning and it went really well. 19 and 5/16ths X 2 and 9/16ths. It's a bit straighter outline which goes good for me. I like fast boards that turn well. Not always the easiest thing to find. I think it's got a little more relaxed rocker as well..but Brian will have to probably chime in with more details. But really excited to have a good shorty for summer point and beachbreak stuff. Felt drivey but loose at the same time. The waves were kind of soft in the chest to shoulder range but a couple were lining up so I ran out there. It paddled really well which is always first thing I look for. If I can't catch waves easily on a board..it usually won't be spending much time in the car.
Dropped in good and got going pretty fast right off the bat. When I finally got a chance to do a turn it came around nicely without losing much speed. The second thing I really look for. Got a couple of lefts and it took off pumping on those too. Can't wait to get it into some decent waves. Next south might have to hit upper strestles for a few speed runs. Fins are Bamboos..Aerocor template up front and a 4.25" custom template with 80/20 foils in the back. No glitchiness and everything just seemed to flow. Stocked!