PDF Guide to Fishes & Small Boards

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The primary aim of riding a smaller board is to put yourself on equipment that can explore more parts of a wave.   The added agility of a small board opens up possibilities that are difficult or impossible on larger equipment. 

This is part 3 of our guide to helping you make more informed decisions about your surfboard quiver.  We’ll discuss the thoughts and intentions that go into designing our range of fishes and smaller boards.

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06/01/2021
Mark C.
United States United States
Fish in the gulf

After a two week wait Grom’s finally hits the beach . I ask, how’s the board , he’s answers, “ It’s Amazing” and the surfing? , “I’m carving on huge waves da ,it’s fantastic”. Big shout out to the shaper his crew at everyone down at Almond & Howler Bro’s for doing such an amazing job on the board . Hang Loose

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