Hayden Shapes HS – White Noiz
Hayden Shapes HS – White Noiz
White Noiz is a smaller wave performance shortboard that has been designed around Craig Anderson’s feedback on this style of board. It’s a playful shortboard with great sensitivity for any high performance surfing. It has been designed with Craig’s personal preference of having a performance shortboard that is clean and simple in its DNA. Best ridden 1-2inches shorter as its plan shape has a little more surface area around the 12″ marks in the nose and tail. It rides best in waves from 1-4ft (waist to head and half high).
AIR17 X is designed to fit an essential part of every surfer’s quiver – to be as fast and critical as possible in average, crumbly waves to fun, steeper conditions.
Shorter, wider and flatter than its Performer Series genesis, the Air 17X is the perfect step-down to maintain a shortboard’s performance advantages, while exaggerating your small wave abilities. Even faster off the mark and through flat sections, it has the same large sweet spot thanks to more foam redistributed under front foot and a flatter rocker through the middle. Soft, forgiving rails, deeper concaves and similar late curve in the nose and tail allow you to go anywhere you like in weaker conditions, with as much speed as possible. Our most high performance X Series board, the Air 17X is ridden an inch shorter than the Air 17, and it’s ready to take your absolute best surfing to an even wider range of tiny to average, fun waves.
TEAM RIDER REFERENCE
JULIAN WILSON Height: 6’0” (183 cm) // Weight: 80 kg – 176 lbs
*Rides 5’10 ” x 19” x 2 3/8” = 27.9L
Simon Anderson 5 Spark
Swallow tail performance fish with Quad option fin system. A Streamlined fish outline with flatter style deck and old style chunky low soft rail. Single to double concave with vee at the swallow
Designed to be surfed as a Thruster in the 3 to 4 feet range and as a Quad from 1 to 2 feet. The team usually surf 5Spark as a Thruster and their go to smaller wave board. Surfs like a souped up high performance short board and accelerates through turns and releases the fins out of the top of the wave in a predictable manner. The Quad fin placement is old-style, meaning the fins are slightly closer to the rail than the modern Kelly Quad version. As a Quad, 5Spark exhibits extreme speed in 1 to 2 foot surf with sharp direction changes possible, but less predictable slide at the end of the turn, that’s the ‘Spark’ element.”
|5’6||18 5/8||2 1/8||23.65|
|5’8||19 1/8||2 1/4||26.57|
|5’10||219 5/8||2 3/8||29.79|
|6’0||20 1/8||2 1/2||32.93|
|6’2||20 5/8||2 5/8||36.37|
|6’4||21 1/8||2 3/4||39.68|
Currently one of the most in demand and best selling surfboards globally, The Hypto Krypto is a balance of tradition and modern performance. Suited to the elite level surfer to the everyday surfer, it is often referred to as the ‘one board quiver’ for its versatility across all types of surf conditions - from small 1-3 ft beach breaks, to barrels of up to 8ft. Overall the Hypto Krypto V is a one-stop board you can ride around the world having fun in average conditions, as well as taking to the barrel and the open face when the swell pumps!
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Futures HS Rear Quad
“The Tex is a super stubby little thing for when the waves are super small or you’re just feeling lazy.
The bloated girth and thickness of Tex will get you trimming and turning on any wave that breaks. The contemporary single into double concave gives this craft plenty of spark. A balanced outline combined with a large round squash tail helps with the control of this little animal.
The Tex should be ordered approximately 6 inches shorter than or three four liters more than your conventional short board.”
|5’4||20 1/4||2 1/2||31|
|5’6||20 1/2||2 5/8||34|
|5’8||20 3/4||2 5/8||35|
|6’0||21 1/2||2 3/4||40|
|6’2||21 1/2||2 7/8||44|