OLD SPARK, NEW FLAME
The new Nitro is by far the flattest entry rocker in an X Series model to date!
Combined with a much fuller nose than other boards in the same category, we have designed a board that allows you to generate and hold speed through flat spots with ease. Along with its deeper concaves for even more lift and liveliness, plus a slightly pulled-in tail outline for extra drive, this pocket rocket is geared towards attacking small sections exactly how you’d mind surf them!
While the rails remain full to help overcome any catches in choppy or lackluster waves, excess foam has been foiled out from other areas to retain overall performance and sensitivity in the tail. In many regions around the world, the Nitro will become a go-to board in terrible to average conditions for any surfer wanting a fast board to keep you in the fastest part of the wave!
TEAM RIDER REFERENCE
ADRIAN BUCHAN (AB) // Height: 5’9 (175 cm) // Weight: 76 kg – 165 lbs
DUSTY PAYNE (DP) // Height: 5’10 (178 cm) // Weight: 80 kg – 176 lbs
MIKEY WRIGHT (MW) // Height: 6’0″ (183 cm) // Weight: 80 kg – 176 lbs
JOEL PARKINSON (JP) // Height: 6’0” (183 cm) // Weight: 83 kg – 184 lbs
OWEN WRIGHT (OW) // Height: 6’3 (190 cm) // Weight: 86 kg – 181 lbs
MGX is a high performance shortboard that has been constantly fine tuned with feedback from our top team riders. The board is given plenty of drive, without compromising itâs manoeuvrability, thanks to its single concave that transitions smoothly into a pronounced double concave around the fin area. Its fluid nose-to-tail rocker will allow you to perform the most critical manoeuvres in the most critical sections. The boardâs rail design has a soft bottom edge from the tip of the nose all the way down to four inches above the fins. If youâre looking to push your surfing to the next level, MGX is the board for you.
Born from the MGQS, The Slayer has shed a bit of volume in the nose and the tail. This board goes unreal in one-to-one-foot-overhead waves. Itâs pulled-in nose allows for more aggressive top-to-bottom surfing, while its medium-to-low-entry rocker, along with a bit more volume in the chest area, will help you get onto waves on those smaller days. When ordering The Slayer make sure to order it two-to-four-inches shorter and an inch wider than your regular shortboard.
Proven to be a very versatile performer in a wide range of wave conditions from 1’~ 8′ all around the surfing world; thicker wider and shorter with more volume and buoyancy than you have had before, easy to paddle and catch waves, easy to control, with more speed than you have had in years! When it starts to barrel, you will be laughing. Geoff Mc Coy