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  • 5'5" x 19 1/2" x 2 3/8" @ 28.7L
  • ​​5'6" x 19 5/8 x 2 3/8" @ 29.3L
  • 5'7" x 19 3/4" x 2 7/16" @ 30.7L
  • 5'8" x 19 7/8" x 2 1/2" @ 32.3L
  • 5'9" x 20 x 2 1/2" @ 33L
  • 5'10" x 20 1/8" x 2 9/16" @ 34.4L
  • 5'11" x 20 1/4" x 2 5/8" @ 36L


Great for punchy waves and when you need quick response. Carries speed through slopey mushy waves but also reacts when waves get good. Fits into the critical parts of the wave for tight transitions. Lots of paddle power and drive off the bottom. Works from knee high to well overhead surf. Magic Zone is shoulder high to head high.
The Outline/Bottom contours: Like all the banshee models the wide point is forward which centers your weight over your chest to allow for more paddle power. The wide point is paired with single concave starting 1/4 from the nose and is at its deepest where your front foot is planted. This single concave flattens the centerline rocker and acts as an engine for more speed when you pump down the line to set up your bottom turn. Double concave starts within the single concave mid stance to break up the water flow. The double and allows the board to roll rail to rail (less likely to catch an edge) Vee out the back to allow more hold and hook into turns easier. The back 2/3 of the template is a very similar to my Vette model but without such a pronounced hip in the outline. The board is short and a pronounced hip is not necessary. This allows me to add as much curve as possible without any kinks in the outline which makes for smoother feeling and in theory makes the board turn easier. This also gives more release when the optimum amount of pressure is applied to the fins. i.e. blow tails/fin throws. The Rails/deck foil: The foil is pretty much identical to my Vette model but with a touch more foam in the center slice. The medium/full-ish rails give you the most forgiving feeling/control when performing on the wave. The deck is flat which carries more foam for the most float possible in a performance board. The flat deck also gives you more toe/heel pressure when turning the board.