Ian and Alan Stokes review the Form High Line surfboard:
The High Line has all the curves and foam in the right places. The extra foam in the wider nose gets you in early and the stable nature just begs to be chucked around. The stubby nose elongates the rail line so you don’t need to grab a mal or fun shape when the waves are small. Once up and riding The High Line just takes off and its ability to maintain this speed is what makes it the perfect craft to get the most out of mediocre conditions and compete in busy line-ups. The outline and bottom contours (single to double with slight vee out the back) make for a smooth turning surfboard with a surprisingly tight radius that doesn’t easily get bogged.
Stokesy says: “Oh my……. This thing flies!! It’s just perfect for those days where you just wanna get in there and stay super busy in between longboarders!!”
This clever little board could find a place in anyone’s quiver; guys and girls who rip and still want to compete for waves on the smaller busy days will absolutely love it, first time shortboarders will really benefit from the extra foam this outline delivers. If you’re a little longer in the tooth or your surf time is limited you’re going to love the High Line’s ability to catch plenty of waves and still throw some spray.
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