Short Mac – Intermediate riders moving towards advanced
This is the perfect step down board for those who might want to progress towards the Spitfire but aren’t quite ready yet. It sits between the longer surf SUPs and the Spitfire.
The Short Mac has parallel rails which give it great drive and speed. The squared nose makes it easy to paddle for it’s size. And the pulled in tail gives the board a good carving ability and a really responsive feel. The width is carried through a good section of the board, so it helps you progress towards a narrower surf SUP but still feels stable for it’s size.
It suits a rider who mainly surfs small waves around Perth, but does the occasional trip to over head high waves at places like Rotto.
Style Lord – Longboard Surf Style – Intermediate/Advanced Riders
The ultimate in longboard surf. With the growing trend in 10′ longboard style riding, this is the board to get if you want to take out the division. In it’s first local competition appearance, the smik Style Lord took out first place.
It’s got a rounded nose and has that classic mal shape. It’s got beautiful refined rails and a domed deck which are great for carving. There’s great balance through the board for nose riding. And the parallel rails help to generate speed so you can make the most of small sections.
This board evolved from the much loved Hipster Twin Fin, rather than a classic longboard shape.
It’s designed to be a longboard that feels a little closer to a shortboard. But don’t worry, you can still nose ride just as well with the larger side fins.