"Step 1. Find a friend. Have them read this to you.
Step 2. Close your eyes.
Step 3. Imagine a board that had the stability and most of the buoyancy of a Duke longboard, but it had the bottom turn drive of a thruster, and the ability to air out like no other board you have ridden.
All right you can open ‘em now. There has never been a board with this much surface area in the tail allowing a surfer to create more leverage off the top deck, yet still has a quick rail to rail slayshyness (not really sure what that means) to it. In it’s maiden voyage it has quickly become the deck of choice to many of our team riders. Another alternative for riders looking for a stable shape that has the speed needed even with smaller boat wakes, and a must in the quiver for high end surfers. "