To harness all that speed, Happy’s refined rails and thinned out tail make for a highly responsive board that is also extremely forgiving through critical maneuvers and it holds like a mutha – no matter how hard you turn. Single concave under the front foot, transitioning into double between the fins, and flat off the tail give the perfect combination of speed and control. Over the past two years Britt refined and tweaked the design thanks to a steady stream of Team feedback by the likes of Zeke Lau, Lakey Peterson, Mikey February and Connor O’Leary—who have all since been riding it on the pro tour.
ABOUT EZEKIEL LAU:
Ezekiel Lau is a proud native Hawaiian and a WSL athlete since 2017. While his rookie year was bumpy, his semifinal appearance at Bells Beach was fair warning to the rest, and he racked up two more QS wins. Finishing third at the Oi Rio Pro, Zeke finished off 2018 at No. 20 on the Jeep Leaderboard, jumping up nine spots from 2017.