You’re free to bring other boards on the boat but this quiver killer is going to see the most time on the wave. A wide tip and tail adds to total surface area supporting bigger riders. This also takes some curve out of the rail creating a fast but stable feel. The Voodoo can hang way back on a wave and is reactive enough to boost forward on command. Doll and pins not included.
Riding Style: Intermediate/Advanced
Profile: Epoxy Core
• Surf design
• Epoxy construction
• EPS foam core w/5mm stringer
• 1 piece EVA pad
• Twin FCS II side carver 3.9” fins
• Designed for: Intermediate/Advanced
Surf styles use a multitude of rail shapes, board outlines, and fin setups to produce different riding styles and skill levels. There’s more than one way to ride a wave and we recommend trying them all.
Surfboard shapers have been using this construction method for ages. It produces the extremely light, buoyant, responsive board that surfers love to ride. This type of construction allows for nearly any shape you can think up, the possibilities are endless.
SWALLOW TAIL SHAPE
Swallow tails increase the turning arcs in boards that have a wider tail shape. Width in the tail adds to push and stability and is balanced by the mobility in the swallow shape.
With no center fin there’s less resistance through the middle of the board allowing more speed. Easy to break free on a slash, but grippy enough hold on the bottom turn.
Carving, spins, and ollies, Finding the pocket