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Wave I

AU$ 2,550.00

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About the board

General goal | theme of the board/10:

Down-the-line wave: 10
Onshore wave: 9
Bump & Jump: 7
Feel: Modern/technical - Balanced front/back footed

Conditions it's working best:

Good down the line waves from shoulder high to over mast-high. 

Skill level it's best for:

Intermediate to Pro.

Early planning:

Good for a waveboard, not the fastest, not the slowest.

Float and ride:

Excellent for float and ride conditions under an experienced rider, volume distribution allows relaxed slogging and it rides small for its volume.

What you thought of when you designed it?

Basically the board that I want to ride almost every day.

What is possibly compromises on then?

A bit more technical to ride than some boards and fin setup is critical to the best performance.

Shape details summary |
Design info

Outline

A somewhat pulled-in nose leads to a short parallel midsection that is broken by a hidden hip starting at the front strap to a moderate width diamond tail.

Rails

Very soft tucked rails in the nose area with a release edge starting forward of the front strap and remaining tucked to the back strap.

Rocker

Moderate wave-rocker with continuous curve through the stance and the tail.

Bottom

Flat from the nose to the stance with single concave through the stance and flat/slight vee out the tail. This adds rocker through the stance for a grippy feeling between the feet and the flat/vee out the tail for release.  

Deck

Moderate domed deck with thickness flow biased forward to keep a balanced forward stance in sub-planing conditions.

Fins

Quad setup, the recommended position is rear fins directly under the back foot and about a 4cm gap from the front of the back fins to the back of the front fins. The board has a lot of built-in grip and too much front fin can make it too grippy; if more fin is needed, I always recommend sizing up the rear fins first.

Final Statement

The latest iteration in my 30 year quest for the best waveboard possible!

DATA TABLE

Summary of the shape
LENGTH
NOSE WIDTH
WIDTH
TAIL WIDTH
THICKNESS
VOLUME (L)
WEIGHT (KG)
064L
14 11/16"
20 1/2"
13 1/16"
4 1/16"
64.0
5.80
070L
15"
21"
13 5/16"
4 3/8"
70.0
6.10
077L
15 3/8"
21 11/16"
13 11/16"
4 9/16"
77.0
6.38
085L
15 15/16"
22 5/8"
14 3/16"
4 13/16"
85.0
6.77
093L
16 1/4"
23 1/4"
14 7/16"
5 1/16"
93.0
6.94
103L
16 7/8"
24 5/16"
15"
5 5/16"
103.0
7.40
113L
17 5/16"
25 1/4"
15 7/16"
5 7/16"
113.0
7.86
124L
17 13/16"
26 3/16"
15 13/16"
5 5/8"
124.0
7.96
LENGTH
FIN SETUP
FRONT FIN
REAR FIN
CENTRE FIN
077L
US BOX (THRUSTER)
K4 SCORCHER 18
N/A
K4 SHARK2 9
085L
US BOX (THRUSTER)
K4 SCORCHER 18
N/A
K4 SHARK2 10
093L
US BOX (THRUSTER)
K4 SCORCHER 20
N/A
K4 SHARK2 10
103L
US BOX (THRUSTER)
K4 SCORCHER 20
N/A
K4 SHARK2 12
113L
US BOX (THRUSTER)
K4 SCORCHER 20
N/A
K4 SHARK2 12
#
DESCRIPTION
OUTLINE
PULLED IN NOSE TO PARALLEL MID SECTION TO DIAMOND TAIL
BOTTOM
FLAT TO SINGLE TO FLAT/V
ROCKER
MODERATE
RAILS
SOFT TUCKED
FINS
US BOX (QUAD)
GOAL
HIGH PERFORMANCE QUAD WAVEBOARD
CONDITIONS
DOWN THE LINE WAVES, CHEST HIGH TO OVERHEAD
RIDER
INTERMEDIATE TO PRO
DESIGNED BY
JONAH LEPAK