A high performance design for fast and radical surfing in poor to good surf. The One model is a proven high performance shape, excelling in most conditions but ultimate in medium to excellent waves. It has pro credibility. Using elements of the One, we created an ultra high performance grovel board for poor to medium waves that will rip in good waves also. So we named this legend.. OnYa.
The forward rocker was slightly straightened to allow better forward projection and paddling power for weak waves. The tail rocker was straightened and lowered for faster drive reaction and an increased area of sweet spot, ie. a flatter area to allow the board to run and accelerate no matter where your standing, relatively. This board carries wider dimensions so naturally has a wider nose and tail area. This helps dramatically in weak and gutless waves. The rails are slightly fuller and rounder to limit catching, an all too common problem when trying to get your super high performance standard shortboard running in pathetic surf.
|5'10||19 1/2||2 3/8||28.5L|
|5'11||19 5/8||2 7/16||29.8L|
|6'0||19 3/4||2 1/2||31.2L|
|6'0||20 1/2||2 9/16||33.2L|
Shallow concave to slight double through the fin area. A shallower concave limits ‘stickiness’ in gutless surf
Medium straight entry to flatter exit. Drive, reactivity, maintained speed.
Slightly fuller, rounded. For added float/glide through turns in mush
Wider nose and tail
Thruster Futures Carbon Plugs
EPS (Extruded Polystyrene, commonly called Styrofoam) is a very lightweight foam that we glass with Epoxy resin to create a light, responsive board that can help you get the most out of weaker, slower wave conditions. The foam itself is not as strong as traditional PU blanks, so we use a stronger Epoxy resin to make it strong enough to hold up, but still a bit lighter than PU/PE construction. The positives are mostly found in the weight, but many people also prefer the overall feeling of EPS over PU. The negatives are found in the weight and feel of the ride can be tricky to get used to at first.