I was in a local surf shop one day and saw Hayden shapes “Psycho Germ” and was fascinated by the design. I have a snowboarding background and always wondered about the possibility of a surfboard with a sidecut in the outline. I had to go home and design and shape one. I rode that design and love how it transitioned off the bottom and changed the turning radius.

    The Incision is a all around performance board that incorporates the side cut feature to alter the dynamics of how this board turns and performs. The rocker’s design is curvy centered around surfing bigger more powerfull waves, but also has the capabilities of doing well in less than advantagious conditions. The concaves are more subtle that helps this design to feel more stable in larger more powerful waves.

    In addition to Hayden shapes, who I feel has probably implemented the best design of the sidecut for use on a surfboard. I also gotta give credit to Mayheim, Channel Islands and Meyerhoffer surfboards for this series of designs.


    *Don't be shy! Custom sizes available


    Tail Shape

    The Squash tail allows for easier turn initiation and reduced width allows the tail to be buried easily in the waves face. This tail is fast, maneuverable and extremely versatile. Works well in a variety of conditions.

    *Don’t be shy! ask about tail options


    Low Rail
    Low profile rail provides hold and digs into the surface of the wave with ease. Gives the board more sensitive feel designed for intermediate/advanced ability.


    Standard with 3 fin configuration. Your choice of FCS, Futures, or Glass-On fins.
    *Don’t be shy! ask about fin options


    Wave Heights
    This Board was design to perform in waist high to overhead waves. All conditions from mushy chop to A-frame barrels


    Polyurethane foam – more responsive in its performance and flex pattern. Creates a consistent traditional feel. The least expensive option, less durable.
    Extruded Polystyrene foam – lighter weight results in ability to glass boards heavier making them more durable. More expensive process and is less responsive in flex pattern and creates a more sensitive feel.


    PU Glassing:
    4×4 oz deck (full patch), 4 oz bottom – light weight and weak
    4×6 oz deck (3/4 patch), 4 oz bottom – light weight and strong
    4×6 oz deck (full patch), 4 oz bottom – light weight and very strong
    EPS Glassing:
    4×6 oz deck (full patch), 4 oz bottom – light weight and strong
    6×6 oz deck (full patch), 6 oz bottom – light weight and extremely strong


    Carbon fiber
    Carbon fiber – will stiffen flex and create positive flex recoil. Helps prevent breakage and pressure dents from your feet.


    Incision Rocker
    Exit Medium High Rocker

    Moderate exit rocker is a comfortable balance between drive and release. Works well in waist-high to overhead surf and in a diversity of conditions.

    Mid Medium Rocker

    Moderate mid-rocker results in a board that maintains drive and maneuverability. Works well in waist-high to overhead surf and in the diversity of conditions.

    Entry Medium High Rocker

    Moderate entry rocker is fast and responsive feel. Works in a large variety of conditions.


    Incision Hull
    Vee Hull Symbol

    Vee creates remarkable rail to rail performance. Helps compensate maneuverability for boards with a wider outline.

    Double Hull Symbol

    Lite Double concave directs water through the tail of the board. This concave provides, speed, lift and maneuverability. Performs best in hollow more powerful waves, where deeper concaves can begin to feel unstable.

    Single Hull Symbol

    Medium Single directs water under the hull.  Provides speed, lift and maneuverability. Performs in the broadest variety of conditions.

    Flat Hull Symbol

    Flat is generally used as the starting or ending point for all concaves. Flat is stable and fast without having much effect on performance but also has no draw backs.