The Cosmic Shredder performed very well at Restaurants yesterday — and super fun at Cloudbreak today🌊. I got two sick, nice-size barrels today. Loving the tri fin set up👊🏻.
Sean Murphy :: WaterWays Surf Adventures
Rode the Cyclops at San Miguel on Friday. Thing felt money. Even though the nose is a little narrower than what I usually ride, it felt so good right away. Paddles so good and felt so responsive on the bottom turns! Thanks for stoking me out on these boards Kurt. I can honestly say my surfing has improved significantly since I started riding these boards … no bull. Just feeling so much more comfortable and smooth. You are the man.
Ryan :: Ventura
So the boards look lovely, my blue one is probably the best of all. Dude thanks SO much for your patience. The Japanese are all fully stoked and super happy so that’s about as hard a test as you would ever face as a surfboard maker. You’re it for our Japan and US production and if we could solve Australia’s challenging shipping I am guessing you would get OZ too. We will go ahead and build our website now and launch the product knowing we can get the quality we need to enter the market place here. Many thanks brother!
Taro Tamai likes it.
Shane :: Australia
I’m done with Merricks. Plus I don’t think they have the engineering and preciseness that you have. That double concave and where the rocker is placed is critical. I’ve not nose dived once where other boards I would have. The Hot Wheel is so responsive and dynamic on the wave. Thanks. Surf on!!!
Mike :: Newport Beach, California
Kurt. It’s Mike. I bought The Hot Wheel. That board is sick!!! So responsive, yet holds in on the wrap arounds and vert smacks. I’m stoked. The added volume works!!!! It’s in the right area. It’s now my #1 go to board.
Swell was up today complete with steep drops and barrels. The board handled great. I put in the JJF fins. Drove it hard off the bottom without any forgiveness. I think that board cannot be driven hard enough. Positive on the wrap arounds and does not dig the nose after the vert smack. Good job on volume displacement. Right amount in the right place.
My friend, David, was killing it today. Solid carves and solid vert smacks. Thought I’d give you an update.
Right on. I can tell you know what is going on. The technology, the design, the nuances. This isn’t run-of-the-mill stuff, nor is it for the average surfer. I’ll keep you posted and will shoot you photos. I’m heading to Costa Rica in two weeks. I don’t even want to ride my Al Merrick anymore.
I surfed Trestles yesterday. I’m getting rid of all my other boards. The Hot Wheel didn’t flinch on the vert smacks or round houses. Ultra solid and responsive. And the speed is unbelievable. Have a good one. Play hard.
Mike :: Newport Beach, California
Dude, I rode the Misfit yesterday at north side Huntington Beach pier in kinda big, sloppy mess, and it worked insanely well. So much speed. Surfed again this morning at county line in some pretty fun surf. Couple guys were checking it out too. I can honestly say my surfing is already improving.
Morgan P. :: Los Angeles, California
Had my first surf on the quad Performer today. WOWWWWW what can I say!
This little board flies, so easy to paddle and fast and picks up waves so easy.
I really noticed the buoyancy more than anything. Surfed it for about 2.5 hrs in the end, I was the only one out and I was just bashing this little bowl section, floaters over the foam, snaps off the lips, round house cuties in the end section to the beach.
My biggest observation over all was how easy it paddles into peaks, whether shifty or not.
I just fu***** love it.
Derek W. :: Brisbane, Australia
I have been surfing the Fanged Hornet the last couple days and oh my god. I think it could be one of the funnest boards I have ever ridden. Really, really fast and responsive, been so fun for airs. Doing things I didn’t think I could do!
Off to Indo next week, frothing to put the boards in some good waves.
Thanks so much again so stoked on surfing right now and have you and your boards to thank for it.
Chris P. :: Ewingsdale, Australia
The KJA Hybrid catches every wave, no matter how big or small, but bigger the better. This board is buttery. Picture butter in a hot frying pan, but under control.
Dave M. :: Huntington Beach, California