4'1 5'5 5'7 5'75 5'8 5'11 6'2 7'4 7'5 8'9 8'11 9'1 9'3 9'4 9'5 9'7
The Cachalot Wood is designed to nose ride, and was inspired by the theories of a master in that field, Tom Wegener.
The bottom is rolled, the rails are rounded, the rocker is flattened, the board is heavy, and carries a big wooden fin. All these elements will help to hold the surfer on the tip.
The fin can only be glassed because of the tail lift.
This Cachalot Wood is 9'4, combining a whale blue deck, a transparent bottom, free and cut laps, and a big red fin ; all glossed.
5'7 Little Simmons in process
5'75 Little Simmons going for the lip
9'3 One BQ
9'7 Celeritas flowing right
S-deck of a PG Special
5'11 Little Simmons
Disc would start at 5'11 and up to 7'-ich.
Could be shaped as a single fin, or 2+1 also.
This board is 5'11, wetsand finished in a light blue-green glass job, with a regular foot set up.
about foil
JT rail burying his PG Special
9'7 Celeritas
The PG Special is shaped acting on Paul Gross' instructions.
It is a classic S-deck displacement hull and without a doubt one of the fastest boards I have ever experienced.
The PG Special is unforgiving, and quite difficult to surf right ; but when you hit the sweet spot, it will slingshot you through every section, faster and faster.
5'75 Little Simmons
The leash ruined surfing.
In case of wipe out, grab your board and hold on.
8'9 OneBQ / post session joy
workshop routine
fc / 9'7 Celeritas
12 to 15 ft spanish guétary, early morning / nobody out