Scoop Rocker Line
The bottom curve is designed to glide as low and smooth as possible over the water but still have enough height under the masttrack area and at the nose so as not to stick to the water or dive into the upcoming chop.
Slalom 87 and 92 The performance ratio is designed for more control, which improves both top speed in rough conditions and enables easier gybing.
Slalom 95, 100 v2, 110 v3 and 115 v4 The performance ratio is designed for earlier planing and acceleration.
Slalom 125, 130 and 140 The performance ratio is designed for earlier planing and acceleration.
Slalom 87 and 92 A relatively straight curve in the mid section with a narrow tail for ultimate control and maximum speed in rough conditions.
Slalom 95, 100 v2, 110 v3 and 115 v4 A harmonious mix between the straight outline of the small boards and the more rounded outline of the big boards makes the medium sized shapes extremely versatile in their range of use, resulting in the best performance ratio from all sizes.
Slalom 125, 130 and 140 The round outline makes the board both agile and direct, which is important in the light winds for the quickest possible acceleration and to reach top speeds without losing drive in the lulls. The SL 128 and 135V3 have a wider tail deck outline than the bottom, which helps the rider to have more leverage over the fin, but still have a narrow enough tail underneath for top speed.
Slalom 87v2, 92v2, 95, 100v2, 110v3, 125 Flat panel V in the tail to the mid section for control and speed. The front section has an increasing V shape with double concaves and side flats for a smoother ride and to give the rails more height to clear the water whilst fully planing.
Slalom SL 115v4, 130, 140 Invert V in the tail which gives more lift for better planing and more acceleration. Flat panel V starts under the front footstrap and runs into an increasing V shape with double concaves and side flats for a smoother ride and to give the rails more height to clear the water whilst fully planing.