The main problem of alaias is that they barely float and trying to catch waves can be quite frustrating. This cork alaia paddleas almost like a normal board, it still flexes, it's super fast and super fun! The soft decked cork makes for a very safe board, perfect for summer time and enjoy with all the family, as it can be ridden standing or prone.
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High performance interpretation of our Classic minisimmons Cranc. Super fast planing vehicle thanks to its width, yet very maneuverable due to the not so wide tail. A perfect small wave catcher. The five fin setup offers a whole world for experimenting, quad option being our favourite. Ride it at least 4" shorter than your height.
High performance oriented shorboard with a lot of curve and nice tail rocker to stick to the pocket and go for vertical off-the-tops. Better from knee to head high waves, specially good in hollow surf. It can be shaped according to your own specs.
The Calamar is the parfect all-around board for the everyday surf or to take on a trip. A well balanced and basic outline that works in both weak or hollow waves, paddles like a retro board but performs like a shortboard. It also allows for different fin configurations to add more fun to the pack. A must have board.
A finless experiment that borrows the outline of the LlamantoClassic and takes it to a whole new dimension. Everything is extreme here: multi channeled bottom, 60/40 rails like the ones used in bodyboards (why not?), and flute rail channel at the tail's end to increase bite. A crazy horse to ride only for the surf freak.
Finless surfing is fun but it can get a bit frustrating. Here we wanted to make an almost-finless board but with some extra grab: you can still slide but with more control and extra drive thanks to its crazy concaved bottom. And to give it another twist we designed the board based on the Golden section, just like Mother Nature does.
Swallowtail variation of the Golden Slider with simpler bottom contours. It has shallower keels with wider base to favor boardslide and 360s, while mantaining enough hold for forward trim. It's also been designed under the Golden proportion rules to keep in tune with Mother Nature. This boards should be ridden very short.
Light version of the LlamantoClassic, which makes it a super fun lively board. Its flat deck hides a lot of volume –considering its reduced size– to push you through weak summer waves with ease. You can order it thinner tough, with finer rails to improve its performance. The 5 fin option gives you so many variations that will have you wondering wich is...