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Feature Friday - The Ladle

May 29, 2015

It's finally starting to feel like summer.  And while it comes with amazing weather, longer days, the consistent surf generally comes to a slower pace.  It's time to break out the longboards! and if you're looking for that new single fin log, we've got you covered with this weeks Feature Friday, the Ladle.

If you’ve been dying to get your toes on the nose, the Ladle will become your new go-to longboard. The deep nose concave gives you unmatched hold to help you perfect your fancy footwork.

The relatively flat belly provides the perfect glide to get you into waves effortlessly, while the double concave off the tail will have you transitioning smoothly out of turns to set you up for your next soul arch. You’ll be coasting into even the smallest ripples while others curse the surf gods.

The Ladle is setup as a single fin to reduce drag and promote uncompromising flow, and graceful arcing turns. This progressive longboard will help you define your style with long noserides and phenomenal maneuverability.

 Watch below as Bill and Bryan break down the Ladle, followed by "An Afternoon in Cardiff", where Brad draws clean lines with a Lade and NEW log prototype that's coming your way. Stay Tuned.

 

 




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