This week we’re having a look at the Slip-in from Meyerhoffer Surfboards. It’s probably the most unusual looking surfboard you’ll ever see under someone’s arm.
Key features include:
• Single fin
• Hull Nose
• Negative cut tail for grip and shorter turning radii
• Double concave V bottom
|As well as concept elements like:
• Hollow AirNose for less swingweight
• Carbon Flex tail
• Single fin that fits into a short box. Dual flex.
Ultimately, the two defining-most features of the Slip-in are its hull nose and nipple-esque tail. It’s been suggested that this surfboard can be ridden classically, or with new wave style in mind. This is definitely true. Simply adjusting your foot placement can transform this surfboard from retro to futuristic.
Funny looking- sure, but definitely a different kind of ride.