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    THEORY

    The Pork Fat was created as a small wave design, but the side cut extends the rail line and gives it some extra holding power extending the range of this shape. It has a lower entry rocker with a slight kick in the last 6″ inches of the nose. The midrocker is pretty flat followed by a tail rocker that is fairly flat with kick in the last 8″. The bottom contours starts flat in the nose then runs into a deep single to draw the water into the hull and create speed and hold. This is followed by a medium depth double that draws the water throught the fins providing lift and maneverablit and finishes with a slight vee out the tail for rail to rail performance.

    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.

    SIZES

    LENGTH
    WIDTH
    THICKNESS
    VOLUME
    5'5"19.252.18722.2
    5'6"19.3752.18722.7
    5'7"19.5
    2.2523.6
    5'8"19.6252.2524.4
    5'9"19.752.2525.6
    5'10"19.875
    2.37526.3
    5'11"202.37528.6
    6'0"20.252.529.7
    6'1"20.3752.532.1
    6'2"20.52.62533
    *Don't be shy! Custom sizes available

    TAIL

    Tail Shape

    Swallow tail creates drive out of turns due to the fairly straight rail line. Similar in feel to a squash or rounded squash. The vee cut allows for a little resistance when initiating your turns but still maintains hold and control. Very popular in small wave and large wave guns.

    RAIL

    Low Rail
    Medium profile rail provides hold. The slight increase in volume gives the board a more forgiving feel and lessens the chance of you catching your edge or digging your rail.

    FINS

    Fins
    Standard with 5 fin configuration. Gives you the option of a quad or 3 fin set up. Your choice of FCS or Future plugs.

    WAVE

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

    CORE

    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.

    GLASS

    Fiberglass
    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

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

    ROCKER

    Pork Fat Rocker
    Exit Medium Low Rocker

    Moderate exit rocker is a comfortable balance between drive and release. Suits the largest range of conditions and surfers.

    Mid Low Medium Rocker

    Low mid rocker results in a board that carries speed, and has a stable consistent over all feel. Works well in weaker less powerful surf.

    Entry Medium Low Rocker

    Low entry rocker creates a board that will provide speed and drive with minimal effort. Works best in knee to chest-high, less powerful surf.

    CONCAVES

    Pork Fat Hull
    Vee Hull Symbol

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

    Double Hull Symbol

    Medium Double concave directs water through the the tail of the board. This concave provides speed, lift and maneuverability. Performs in the broadest variety of conditions

    Single Hull Symbol

    Deep Single concave directs water under the hull. Provides speed, lift and maneuverability. Performs better in weak, less powerful surf.

    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.