A MINIMALIST SKIM STYLE SHAPE WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF SWING WEIGHT.
A thinned-out version of the High Voltage Beaux Board - for the rider that believes less is more. This shape comes with tail rocker for more control while in the forward position and is less likely to dunk the nose riding switch. Less weight equals added rotation on your tricks, and the thinner profile sits even deeper for more natural board control. A high-end skimmer complementing the wide profile Blunt Nose Skimmer, and the stiffer carbon models. A lightweight, performance driven shape at a more mortal price point. For the competitive surfer looking for a less expensive high-end skimmer.
Less is more. These cores are designed with a minimalist approach, keeping the purest form of surf in mind. For many riders lighter is better.
Sits deeper with more contact with the water, relying more on the rail and less on the fin.
High Speed carves for riders that like to jump on the gas.
+Fin – S System
+Floating Fin Technology
+Grooved EVA Front / Rear Pad
+Handmade by Robots
A fast, responsive style of board where the rider’s position is centered with a more balanced body. These sharp rail, thin profiled boards react quicker for people that don’t have a lot of time to waste. Preferred by surfers that like to have more feel with their board itself – and not just on fins. They can break free easier for 360’s on the water or shuvits off it. A more forgiving style of board when riding behind a steep wake because you typically ride this style of board at a shorter length (making it less likely to dunk the nose). Because of how speedy these models are – you can get away with a shorter, lightweight length.
For riders that like a little bit of everything. They want to generate power through their bottom turns, but still be able to leave the waterline quickly and easily. A growing style of wakesurfing designed for bigger airs leaving the wake but can still lock in for a proper cutback.
Toss some buckets with some smooth, linked turns inspired by your favorite saltwater surfer. Traditional surf shapes have a thicker profile and a mellower rail/bevel allowing a rider to pivot a turn more from their back foot and are best ridden with either a deeper fin, or multiple fins. Riders usually apply more pressure on the back half of the board and generate more force through a turn. Still very capable of doing tricks on and off the water – just with a fluid like feel.
Weight Range (lbs)
|4'2"||7||1.8||20.5||Up to 155|
|4'5"||7.5||1.9||20.5||Up to 175|