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The winner of the 2019 Stab in the Dark... The Driver 2.0 “If I had to describe the board simply, it’s what I consider to be our status quo, high-performance, modern shortboard. 
You’d be hard-pressed to say anything stands out as noticeably obvious. The rocker is moderate, with a more relaxed entry than years past, but not what you could call low. The tail rocker sits right in the middle of what I would consider a WCT tail rocker. The concave would be moderately deep at most, with a semi-shallow double racing through the fins. The noses have been widening over the last couple years, and the outlines in the tail more smoothly curved, with no dramatic hip or breaks. There is a healthy amount of rail rocker under the back foot, which allows the tight-radius arcs that Mick was doing, and provides that “tail lift” that Dane described. This is why I feel it’s a good and easy-to-ride board, even in moderate surf by moderately skilled “shortboarders”. It also explains why Dane felt it would be good “at Salt Creek”. It also makes sense why Jordy preferred it in the kinky, dumpy, quick waves in the beginning of the film, over the long arcing walls of J-Bay. 
The deck would be considered a moderate vee deck, leaving ample thickness along the stringer, but angling rapidly to soft, forgiving rails. This means there’s not a lot of foam on the area halfway between the stringer and the rails. 
The edges are tucked a bit through the front fins, to calm down the concave. Making it less twitchy, but they are really sharp through there as well. 
I think the tails at 12” (where we universally measure tail width)—probably be wider than the other shapers, but the actual tail block would be considered almost slightly pulled. Our edges are prob ticked more than others though, and the fin placements have been adjusted a fair amount the last year, due to feedback from Kolohe, with great response from Carissa and Griff. I included these new (for us, at least) fin positions on these boards, which you heard Dane and Mick talking about in the film.” @mayhemsurfboards_mattbiolos @lostsurfboards @stab #MoreLostThanEver 
Order your Board online and have it waiting for you in #Bali //Link in Bio
The winner of the 2019 Stab in the Dark... The Driver 2.0 “If I had to describe the board simply, it’s what I consider to be our status quo, high-performance, modern shortboard. You’d be hard-pressed to say anything stands out as noticeably obvious. The rocker is moderate, with a more relaxed entry than years past, but not what you could call low. The tail rocker sits right in the middle of what I would consider a WCT tail rocker. The concave would be moderately deep at most, with a semi-shallow double racing through the fins. The noses have been widening over the last couple years, and the outlines in the tail more smoothly curved, with no dramatic hip or breaks. There is a healthy amount of rail rocker under the back foot, which allows the tight-radius arcs that Mick was doing, and provides that “tail lift” that Dane described. This is why I feel it’s a good and easy-to-ride board, even in moderate surf by moderately skilled “shortboarders”. It also explains why Dane felt it would be good “at Salt Creek”. It also makes sense why Jordy preferred it in the kinky, dumpy, quick waves in the beginning of the film, over the long arcing walls of J-Bay. The deck would be considered a moderate vee deck, leaving ample thickness along the stringer, but angling rapidly to soft, forgiving rails. This means there’s not a lot of foam on the area halfway between the stringer and the rails. The edges are tucked a bit through the front fins, to calm down the concave. Making it less twitchy, but they are really sharp through there as well. I think the tails at 12” (where we universally measure tail width)—probably be wider than the other shapers, but the actual tail block would be considered almost slightly pulled. Our edges are prob ticked more than others though, and the fin placements have been adjusted a fair amount the last year, due to feedback from Kolohe, with great response from Carissa and Griff. I included these new (for us, at least) fin positions on these boards, which you heard Dane and Mick talking about in the film.” @mayhemsurfboards_mattbiolos @lostsurfboards @stab #MoreLostThanEver Order your Board online and have it waiting for you in #Bali //Link in Bio