Editor's Note: Here it is- the board I've been hearing so much about! Stoked that Capt. Ron put this up because the idea that he could build a sub-9'0 board with the stability of a 10' and the rip-ability of a, well, 7'10" was, to say the least, intriguing to me. Now I'm going to drop the gauntlet on him: Ron, we're waiting for a video of this thing going off- and you can even edit the clip to Black Oak Arkansas, Skynyrd or, heck, even Kid Rock... we won't hold it against you.
Giving a test paddle in the river pretty stable looks like a 5'10 fish with my big azz on it...
A little styling airbrush in the lam room getting glass.
Proud to be a american craftsman...
Nice foil and rocker even though its pretty thick 168ltrs roughly.
Me leaning it over for a pic nice slow neutral rail to rail reaction, no more tippy than my 9'ers I can ride this in chop.
The rack foil shot ready for a deck lam. Stoked on the new board have a hurricane swell right now and will be getting some gopro shots. How is my airbrush?
Any Questions? John you and your boys will be getting a demo model soon I think you will be blown away by the stabilty and overall manuverability. I call this series the 10's there is 2 to 3 more models coming out of the shop. A 8'10", 7'10", 6'10" and possibly if the math, rocker, and foil come together the 5'10" SUP's.