Thursday, December 22, 2011
The PS-M2 line has turned out to be one of the go to models in the Aftermath line up of HPSB.Being extremely versatile this board has become a firm favorite.After it's original launch refinements as well as variations of this board were tested in various locations around the globe and now with 2012 approaching fast the all new PS-M2(LTR)will be on offer.Look for it in the upcoming new model product launch.Main features include fuller chest area for greater ease of paddling as well as lowered tail rocker to increase glide surface to carry your speed through the flatter sections of softer waves.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
The all new "Wizzard Slipper" is a continuation of the "Sorcerers Apprentice",which really turned out a great seller this past summer.By the rider feedback and personal testing this board has definately proven fun.Keeping similar characteristics of the Sorcerers Apprentice,but narrowing up the nose for more directional performance and adding a touch more forward rocker with a slightly narrower hipped rounded Squash tail outline and by flattening out the deck with a fuller rail volume allows for this board to be ridden a bit thinner than your standard high performance shorty.A forward concave running into a deep double spiral concave gives this little Gem some major speed and drive.
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
After a recent trip down to Bali..i had decided to make a few new boards to test out.Fortunately i had stumbled upon the chance to to go..unlike past occasions where i'm always stuck in the shaping bay and making boards for everyone going on some exotic surf trip.
Well seeing as you can only travel with a limited number of boards now..i had made the "Raptor" a few days prior to leaving..along with a few other new test models.Paddling out on this board..well let's just say..you know when a board just feels right.Needless to say..2 weeks in Bali was just perfect.I surfed my brains out and definately learned a few traits from each new model.The Raptor surpassed every expectation i had,especially after upgrading to a slightly larger fin combo to accomodate the extra width across the tail area.Definately a good all round travel board as it was intended to be.It handled the small days to a couple of feet overhead..no problem.
This is one board that will always be in my travel quiver from now on...speaking of travel..Sumatra is sounding mighty fine ..and i can definately see that in the not too distant months from now.
Live to surf..and surf to live..but most of all..be respectful..and "Ride it like you just stole your last wave"!!!