The rocker retains the same concept it always has with even lower entry than before leading into a smooth belly then exiting through a hyper extended tail rocker allowing you to use the forward curve like an accelerator pedal whilst controlling your turns with precision with the extended tail curve which also fits in nicely in tight pockets.
More generous in foil and rail volume rounds out what will bridge the gap between performance short board and small wave shredder.
When we were developing the RPM-X we received a lot of requests for a shorter and wider version of the model so with the aid of the AKU shaper software Matt scaled down the rocker and outline to a point where it has become two models in one being the G series spin off the RPM-X and as a result the ultimate performance grovel board.
The RPM design is a model that has been constantly evolving over the last ten years with this latest version representing the current trend in performance board design.
Fuller in outline overall for more planning area that gives it a more in-built glide with a slight hip that reduces area around the back foot for added drive and sensitivity but with a wider tail block for more instant lift.
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