When you think about scoring a nug, you’re really thinking about doing it on this board.
Wiggolly Dantas’ performance at the 2014 Volcom Pipe Pro not only validated the adjustments Stretch made to his semi-gun model last season, it rang bells for slab hunters worldwide.
Paddle power, control and confidence at the reaches of your comfort level when the swell patterns depart from the daily norm are traits of all step up boards. What sets the latest refinement of the semi-gun model apart from the rest is the enhanced ability to knife a rail, drive it from deep and make it happen much more readily.
A fuller tail outline, slightly adjusted foil and 5-fin convertible configuration accentuate the current generation semi-gun model from it’s predecessor. Now being offered in your choice of CFT or PU/EPOXY constructions as well as a PU/PE for those still who are picky about their build specs. Bruce opts for PU/EPOXY in a quad only set up in a 6’6″ x 18.6″ x 2.5″ and a 6’8″ x 18.6″ x 2.6″ to get the job done.
His 2014/2015 season “Oakley: Wave of the Winter” entries on that 6’8″ can be seen here:
…and for another view of bruce’s backdoor bomb, check out the epic photos by Laserwolf at www.stabmag.com
Koa Smith and Wiggolly Dantas are putting in time on their new semi-guns this season also so expect to see more!