The bottom curve is relaxed with the deepest concave running through the back end of the board, giving us lift and speed. The extra refined tail-flip will allow for those tight arks as the outline has a little hip/bump placed just upfront of the front fins, giving us more drive, release and control.
This model is very versatile in many ways, with attention to finer detail regarding a well shaped/pulled rail, allowing one to get up to speed easily off the bat so be speak, and is renowned for driving vertically up the face with confidence and beyond.
ABOUT JORDY SMITH:
He’s a two-time runner up to the World Title (2010, 2016) that grew up in Durban, South Africa, and started surfing at age 3. Among other competitions, he won the Billabong J-Bay competitions, in South Africa; the Hurley Pro at Trestles, California; and the Rio Pro, in Brazil.
Outside surf, Smith is a supporter of SL Benfica.