surfysurfyIt's trippy and weird, but I think I like it. #edgeboard
- keironjlewisTrippy and weird is your thing.
- elbrado1Dude... Where's that center box placement @¿?¿
- ryanvandever@anthony_zambrano @vinnbru
- lonodogWhat's the design theory behind this?
- thedailyhike@lonodog look up the George Greenough Edge Board. In short, it creates lift, giving you a smaller area in contact with water, more or less. Looks rad.
- viktormaio@viktorboss detta är nya grejen nu.
- viktorbossDet har vi redan konstaterat bror😏@viktormaio
- viktormaioLugn o fin nu @viktorboss
- waves_tubes_freaksI'm curious, does it work?
- lonodog@thedailyhike I'm not seeing a way for it to make lift. At best there's a reduced planing area which means less friction. Then you e got a hard edge that will create a break with water, possibly some turbulence before the rail sets but you're gonna have to really put it on its rail to get it to bite. I see potential for a lot of blown carves. Probably quite skatey.
- cleetus77I have a Wilderness Edge 6-6. Works great, likes the high line, single fin feel, trimmer not a shreader.
- greggriffinsurfboardsThat is your planing surface and it's reduction in area from the wide point has been reduced greatly . Reduction of area is one of the basics in surfboard design
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