Shaper Keith Teboul
The Cube stays true to the quick planing, fast and drivey quad concept. A newly designed rocker and subtle changes in the outline have allowed this board to keep its speed, stay stable and yet snappy with good pivot for all onshore to side shore conditions.
I’ve been playing with diamond tails, getting some very good feedback, so I went with this style of tail to have a shorter rail line for quicker bottom turns and cutbacks, yet have a stable tail to keep you planing through the lulls.
|Volume (L)||Length (cm)||Width (cm)||Weight (kg)||Sail (m2)||Fin (cm)||Finbox|
|74||217||54||5,8||3.0 - 5.0||set 250||US & MT|
|81||218||56||6,0||3.4 - 5.3||set 300||US & MT|
|86||220||58||6,2||3.7 - 5.5||set 300||US & MT|
|95||223||60||6,6||4.0 - 5.7||set 350||US & MT|
|104||225||62||6,9||4.5 - 6.0||set 350||US & MT|
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