directional twin

Tip and tail area on these boards are the same width. The tail is usually shorter than the tip and the inserts are slightly offset toward the tail of the board.

twin tip

The width and length of the tip and tail are exactly the same. Inserts and stance are perfectly centered with no setback.

blunt shape

sThis particular shape improves overall control of the board by keeping the full contact length but shrinking the actual board size. The shape comes with a straight cut on the tip and tail areas, which makes the board shorter than a regular board. This reduces weight and improves the rotation, and the end result is a lightweight and playful board ideal for freestyle maneuvers, but very versatile.

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