Goya Custom Quad 2016 from Forward Maui Inc. on Vimeo.
||2.7 - 4.7
||3.2 - 5.0
||3.5 - 5.3
||3.7 - 5.5
||4.0 - 5.7
||4.5 - 6.0
||4.7 - 6.3
THE DEFINITION OF A MODERN WAVE BOARD
Over the years we have encouraged everybody to get into bigger board sizes. This new line is our response to the very demand we have pioneered. Fresh tail shapes evolve through the line, starting with smaller Crescent tails, growing in width into the middle of the range and turning into Squash tails for
the two big shapes.
Standing only 6” from the tail creates a geometry that allows you to ride the Custom like a surfboard. Shorter outlines, straighter stance rails and narrower tails define the dynamic of these sticks. Concaves run throughout the bottom in ever changing geometry, allowing you to accelerate toward the pocket with no resistence.
All new shapes will blow you away with speed, while Crescent and Squash tails allow for unparalleled turns packed with torque. A back foot just six inches from the tail allows you to rule all that power.
When Marcilio Browne and Francisco Goya claimed their PWA Wave World Championships, the board shapes they were riding had been developed both for them and by them. Each of them played a major role in their engineering. This current wave board range is no different. Their personal style and athletic talent is directly reflected in these boards, the same boards that you and so many others are now choosing to ride.
The forgiving yet radical nature of these boards is the secret to making them so special. They are not just about launching into big jumps and extreme wave maneuvers, their design also allows you to land with elegance and style. The same style that Francisco and Marcilio have made famous.