This one is 6’0″ x 19 1/2″ x 2 5/8″
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Gimmie some more J.P.
I need a little more.
that’s so whack… whack whack whack.
i don’t know about the boards but the graphics do go with the shape and feeling of the shape
Yo those boards are off the hook.
Im a big dude that needs lots of foam under me, can you make it in maybe 6′ 6” x 21 x 3 1/2″ – sumthing near these dims? thanks alot and I really love this board design, looks like its fast as heck!
Nice shape, channels, colorwork, finish, etc…but can someone explain what advantage those multi-angular fins might have? How could they possibly deliver a fluid flow of water over them? (…without breaking up or releasing the waterflow?) Water likes to hug a curved surface. I’m definitely not bashing the design or anything, don’t get me mistaken, but I’d like to hear Tomo describe the thought process behind them and what advantage they might give to the performance of the board. Intrigued, I guess you could say. Fins are key. ^^^
Daniel is flying back to Australia this afternoon. He shaped 4 stock boards for the new surf shop over the weekend. Maybe he will comment on this post when he gets home and settled in.
Hey JP,What are the sizes of the stock boards he shape for your shop?
I love outside the box thinking! GO TOMO!!!
How do I get one? seriously…
How much $ are the stock boards?
hey guys, all my models are handshaped so it is just a matter of scaling up any particular design to suit the rider and their abilitys.As for the fins, they are a result of concepts for reducing the drag on the fins without comprimising the conrol or drive. The leading edges have 2 specific purposes. 1. drag reduction (higher potentiual top end speed). 2. they alow the fin to turn sharper arcs or even angular turns on the wave. the key to the successfull function of these fins are tips are super flexible so that they will hold the laminar flow without cavitation, the end result is a fin that will turn sharply whilst providing rapid acceceleration through the turn.
Tomo for prez !!!
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