The single fin short board is designed to accept a slight single concave for now but will become flexible to be shaped with varying bottom shape, really depending on what people want. And I've been catching waves with great success on this 6' 3" single fin, and I'm a beefy 210 which stands at 6 3, the blank holds 46 liters so shaped maybe a bit less. It's weight is my only concern as of now, finished with 3 coats of epoxy it shows less than 20lbs but just barely., I've tweaked my pattern jigs so this blank product will become more attractive on heft side of life. however the new modified fish blank is only 13 lbs finished weight after 3 coats of resin only. no glass.
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Thread: Hws blanks
Im working on having a higher volume fish blank around 6'2" available, which would fit nicely in your stomach high and occasional head high peaks of course. say around 50 liters finished, I'm going for a fish blank that will fit my frame, but will supply high wave count to average weight surfers.
May 28, 2014, 05:25 PM #73