A George Greenough inspired design. Essentially two surfboards in one: a board eat board, which features a narrow concave board with hard edges, which is placed inside a displacement hull with full lifted rails (reverse). A highly refined design with a wide template and highly foiled tail allows it too work in all conditions and excels as the power comes on. Thanks George.

Edge boards have become my new favourite board, for me its something thats constantly evolving as its a concept that works in a huge variety of shapes, its something i think i will always have room for in my quiver as its very unique, i'm a bigger guy and i like big boards, sometimes my big boards feel a bit corky and vast when in smaller surf, the edge board is very unique as the lifted rails where the edge is heavily reduces rail volume at the apex of the rail, my 3 1/8" thick edge boards has a rail which feel like a 2 1/8" grom shortboard (almost), thus immediately it feels positive from the first bottom turn. plan shape wise we have a very stubby template with a wide nose and tail and relatively straight mid section for drive, the bottom gets a little more complex with a heavy hull/belly in the nose which sets up the edge bottom at the rail.

Fins wise i find a wide range of fins work in these, my favourite for drive is the 2+1, but its also extremely fun as a single fin with a big hull style flex fin. or a hull style flex fin with some bonzer side fins is my latest set up for longer drawn out waves, the bonzers hang perfectly over the edge and it feels a little more tippy when on rail.


5'8 x 21 x 2 3/4
6'0 x 21 1/2 x 2 7/8
6'6 x 21 3/4 x 2 7/8
7'0 x 22 x 3

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