Amazingly fast planing vehicle, very loose, with a surprising projection. It feels like an alaia, but with more bite thanks to the sharp rails and small fins. Behind the alaia, this is the fastest board you'll ever ride. Also, a super fun board in poor conditions.
Surprisingly easy board to ride, it goes anywhere you want her to go. Hullish inspiration, it paddles great and gets so easy into the wave. It also feels like a fish, but easier to turn thanks to the fin setup. Inspired in the Hobie's Zipper model.
Taking a Steve Lis template, with the standard issues of a Lis fish from 1970/1971. Recently we added a slight belly under the nose, to give more paddling power and better projection after turns. Thanks to this you can even ride it shorter than your regular fish. Also, the fins have been moved forward to make it more loose. Designed and shaped by...
Modernized fish for all conditions, but particularly good for tuberiding and carving. Pretty similar to the Bingoh Model, but a bit narrower and the center point moved backwards.The quad set and double pin tail hold up pretty well in the barrel and in powerful turns.
Same shape than the Cranc Twin, equaly fast but more nervous and maneuverable. We keep it a bit heavier than it could be, because it gives more projection and power in turns. It's meant to be ridden in long pointbreaks, but you'll be superstoked in crappy tiny conditions too.
We like it very short, so we chopped the nose of the Cranc model. It's an ultra fast toy, very maneuverable and super fun in any conditions. You can even ride it in overhead+ surf and know what 'need for speed' means.
Super fast planing machine. We keep it a bit heavier than it could be, because it gives more projection and power in turns. It's meant to be ridden in long pointbreaks, but you'll be superstoked in crappy tiny conditions too.
It takes some time to get used to the minisimmons concept, it's a whole different way of riding. The Bou wants to make the thruster-to-simmons transition smoother. It keeps the same minisimmons hydrodynamic concepts, while the wings, tail and fin configuration make the board loose and responsive.