|Due to high demand, please allow at least 4 weeks for delivery of your board.|
|Fin System||Futures 5 Fin|
|Fin Box Colour||Standard|
|Carbon as Standard||No|
|Fins||3 x F6, 2 x QD2 400|
|Colour||Grey Tail Dip|
You want to catch loads of waves, improve your surfing, and have fun whenever you hit the waves. Reload it.
This board is based on what we’ve learnt from our three most popular models, the Chilli Bean, the Hartichoke and the Doofer. We have taken the volume and plan shape of the Chilli Bean and the rockers of the Hartichoke to bring you a board that performs as well as catching anything bigger than a ripple. Add in the five fin set up and the pulled through thumb tail of the Doofer and you have a versatile wave catching machine that is a go to board whatever the waves look like.
THE TECH STUFF
This design is kept simple. The volume is the starting point of the design; we needed as much as possible in an easy to move, flowing surfboard. The great template of the Chilli Bean means you can have a load of volume but can still surf the board off the tail in smaller waves.
The rockers have been raised to offer a bit more hold and mobility when the board gets its speed up, something that comes as a given when riding a plan shape like this at high volume. In a nutshell this means its very easy to catch the wave, and very easy to get instant speed. Now with the increased rockers we feel this board has more control than anything else out there with similar volume.
The concaves are a double through the fins and centre of the board with a light single running throughout. This gives lift and drive which again helps with that speed. The nose shape and lifted rockers help this board to be really fruity off the top without bogging rail, so anyone looking to perfect their top turn without compromising wave count is going to have a blast on this thing.
The five fin option is always going to add another dimension to a board. Primarily designed as a quad, this model is a great cruiser as well as a mover. Think of it as the BMW M5 of the surfboard world. If longboards and minimals aren’t your thing, but you don’t want to lower your wave count, then get on the Reload. It’s just that easy.