5’10 X 18 3/8 X 2 5/16 – 26.2 LITRES

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Shaper's comments

Our Balinese team rider Lempog Jackson and MH have been fine-tuning this model for 3 years. Lempog surfs good waves (home-break Keramas) he’s super powerful and wanted a board to surf hard and tight in the pocket plus hold in for big carving turns. The board features a single concave starting forward going extreme through the centre and tail. The extra tail lift helps jamming in the pocket, the extra concave compensates with the tail rocker to help hold the board on rail with speed. The medium boxy rail enables the surfer to push as hard as possible without catching. The foiled out tail helps maintain speed through turns without skipping out.
Ideal weight 76-82 kg
Wave Range 2-6 ft
Fin Setup 3 fin or 5 fin
Rail Type Med Boxy
Rocker average to full rocker

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Sharper: Matt Hurworth Phone: 0416 941 536 Website:


Tested by jb

First Impressions

The board feels great under the arm: knifey low-boxy rails, a nice performance outline with a neat swallow, fairly low rocker, and nice and light – it screams a great all rounder. I’ve been a fan of Matt Hurworth for years and seen Chippa ride them. Matt is a competitive surfer; he knows performance and innovative surfing inside out. The tight swallow looks really fun – a board you’d want with you at a wave like Lower Trestles.
Tested by jb

Tester's Comments

The first thing I noticed riding this board was that it was more refined than the other shortboards on the trip. The board is slightly thinner in the tail and rails, meaning you have a lot of control under your back foot, however the trade off is that you loose a bit of the forgiveness. The board started really taking off when I got into some good waves, and the refinement really came into its own. I stomped some of the bigger turns I’d done all trip. Despite having a small wave outline, it really suited the power. Plenty of hold from the tight swallow, and a nice bitey feeling through the lip. This board is well suited to an advanced surfer looking for performance, but wanting to ride a slightly shorter, wider outline.