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New in from September 2010 is the Simon Anderson KB shortboard, call us to reserve yours now! It’s a small wave Mollusc style board with the major difference being the wide rounded square tail. The idea of this board is to get quad style speed and looseness but in a thruster. The bottom has deep single to double concave and vee through the back half of the board like the Mollusc Robo, but the concave through the vee area remains deep, similar to the DK quad.
Simon surfed 6’2×21 ¼x2 ¾ KB with FCS Simon large fins. The extent of the rounded square tail width can freak you out but in 1-3 foot Sydney style beachies it gives you terrifc carry and down the line speed which in small waves sets you up to do satisfying turns at speed in little surf. Good slide control off the top on your forehand and easy rail to rail transition because of the double concave vee through the back half of the board. Mollusc style easy wave catching and take off, surf the KB at least 4” shorter and 1 ¼” wider with the same thickness to 1/8” thicker than normal.
ROCKER: Low to average
BOTTOM: Deep single to double with vee through the back half
RAILS: Low soft
TAIL: Wide rounded square