It sounds like boards are narrowing in HI,View this post on Instagram
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Materials are getting tougher in CA,View this post on Instagram
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What’s going on elsewhere?
This isn’t just in 2020, but I’m seeing more and more boards with the hollowed out “cheek” recesses on the tail. So what’s that supposed to do? I assume its working since everyone’s liking it.TooMuchEpoxyParticipant
I think the chines and tail kick are worth it but those surfaces should be flatter. Seems like alot of extra wetted surface.Foil FeedKeymaster
I agree there are some super narrow boards coming out now!
Jondrums, if your asking about where the bottom of the board has been removed between the rail and the foil box (in the photo of the rubix above) that is done to reduces contact points on steep carves.
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