Corey Smith’s Spring Break avant-garde creations have been limited to a lucky few who could get their hands on one until this collab. By borrowing a bit Capita’s expertise these boards are built with a thick, yet light enough wood core for maximum float and that signature surf ping when you tap the topsheet. Each size is a completely different shape and feel. We rode the 161, which held a strong edge on cat roads and bobbed like an apple in water at the county fair thanks to the massive hammerhead nose and half-crescent tail.
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