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The Mach-1 2019


 The Mach 1  is a close cousin of the DragonFly which features a more forgiving 50/50 rail.   With an emphasis creating a board that goes on rail all the way through a cutback when necessary, but gets through the flat spots with plenty of Drive and flow.  Keep in mind, this is a high performance Fish that rides great in 2'-6' waves and is another incredible travel companion. Ride this  board as a Twin with the Vulcan Trapezoid Keels, or Quad with Flat 4's or Split Keels..

Usual suspects:

5'5" x 19" x 2 1/4" V. 24.71  L

5'7 " x  20 1/4" x 2 7/16" V=29.46 L

5'9" x 20" x 2 5/8" V= 32.66 L

5'10" x 20 1/16" 2 11/16" V=34.32 L

6'2"x 21 1/16" x 2 15/16" V=41.11 L


Dane's Dimensions: 5'9" x 20" x 2 5/8" V= 32.66 L 

The Tachyon 2019


The Tachyon 2019 is an update to the 2017 design inspired by Dane's ambition to combine speed and drive characterstics from twin keels to the positive characteristics of true planing hulls. The Tachyon is well suited in all conditions given the nature that it paddles extremely well and can flow through flat sections. A critical feature of the design is that the board is complemented very well with the 3D printed Trapazoid Keel fins, which even as a twin set up offer high amounts of drive and control. Believe it or not, this board will still go vertical or you can bury your rail; whichever you prefer.

Forget what you may know about twin keels, ride this board; its a different animal. 

Can be set up as 5 fin and works great as a Quad, or Thruster.


Usual suspects:

5'2 x 19 5/8 x 2 3/16" V=28.7

5'4" x 20" x 2 5/16" V=31.5

5'6" x 20 1/4" x 2 3/8"  V=33.2

5'8" x 20 1/2" x 2 7/16"  V= 35.6

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The Dragonfly 2019


The Dragonfly for 2019 just keeps getting better. From parent boards, The Tachyon and The Hexafish & was updated from the 2018 version with some changes in tail rocker. Not only does this board bring elements of natural speed from our planing fish, but also a steady flow through flat sections that the Tachyon offers. This board can handle mushy waist high surf, to hollow overhead waves. Because of the forgiving rail outline, combined with a planing hull bottom, The Dragonfly may have proven to be our most versatile board we offer. Surf this board aggressively, as it combines our highest performance functioning aspects.


Usual suspects:

5'4x 19 5/8 x 2 5/16 V= 27.6 L

5'7x 19 7/8" x 2 9/16" V= 32.6 L

5'10x 20" x 2 5/8" V=34.7 L

The Catalyst 2019


 The Catalyst is a high performance, rounded thumb. The board was inspired through collaboration between Dane and Team Rider Garrett Aanestad to suit pocket surfing with an emphasis on rail to rail surfing. A deep single concave that starts at the nose and exits through the tail  yields immediate planing and lift.  The rounded thumb allows for an easier edge to flow through the rail, making for a more connected and smooth turn. A special feature of this board is that it can handle an exaggerated bottom turn without kicking out. Keep in mind, this a high performance board for solid surf. Surf in the chest high+, preferably in waves that are steeper and more hollow. Ride this  board as a thruster only.

Usual suspects:

6'4"x 19 7/8" x 2 3/4" V=37

6'2"x 19 3/4"x 2 5/8" V=35

6'0"x 19 5/8"x 2 9/16" V= 33

5'10"x 19 1/2"x 2 3/8" V=30

5'8"x  19 3/8" x 2 5/16" V=28

Garrett's Dimensions: 6'2" x 19 1/8" x 2 5/16" V= 29.99

The MegaSimmons 2019


The MegaSimmons is back for 2019 & seen here in photo above in Light Drive Engineered  In small and modest conditions, the MegaSimmons is the most asked for board in the lineup.  The MegaSimmons also thrives in larger, high tide conditions.  Full length concave to accelerated triple gives this larger format board the thrust, speed and maneuverability that most people love about performance shortboards. Designed for max hydroplaning and flat out speed the MegaSimmons is incredibly fun to surf.   Designed to be ridden as a performance alternative to a mid length/speed egg or whenever you are just feeling lazy. Another great travel board. Set up as a 5 fin, gives you 

options, but rides best with Split Keel Quad set up.


Usual suspects:

6' 6" x  21 1/2"  x  2 7/8"   V= 44.71 L

7' 0" x  23 1/4"  x  3 1/8"   V= 59.37 L

7' 4" x  23 1/8"  x  3 1/8"   V= 60.19 L 

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