With 50/50 nose rails transitioning to down turned in the tail, this is a great blend in board design. The 50/50 rail naturally finds a better slot in the wave for tip work, but 50/50 rails in the tail has always needed too much area in fin surface to get some bite. The Evolution series all have the 50/50 nose rails but also have contemporary hard, down turned tail rails that provide bite in a turn. Now, there is a group of boards that provide the best of both worlds. All Evolution models are glassed with two layers of 6 oz. silane on the deck, and one layer of 6 oz. silane on the bottom and have a gloss and polish finish.
Provided are specific fins for each model.

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Plantain

The Plantain has 50/50 rails in the front of the board for finding the perfect slot when nose riding.  And with it’s soft concave, the Plantain nose rides very well.  It has down turned rails at the tail and some seriously deep tunnels next to the fin.  Hard corners on (true) square tails are a […]

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The Evolver

A tribute to our 55th  year anniversary, the Evolver is a culmination of 55 years of surfboard design.  This board model has an extremely wide tail that picks up a wave’s energy like no other board.  It turns on a dime and, with those 50/50 nose rails and soft concave, it nose rides with the […]

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Merlin

The Merlin has one of our wider outlines, and this extended surface area enhances paddling, wave catching ability, and wave riding stability. The nose is wide enough to be called a nose rider and the pintail gives that great smoothness to the turn, with a fluid cutback like no other tail. The bottom of the […]

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