9’7″ x 19″ x 23 1/4″ x 15 3/4″ x 3 1/8″
T-band stringer wedge, resin painted rail
Description: The Deviated Septum is inspired by a 1967 Hansen Competitor, and is a more streamlined version of this iconic ’60s noserider. This model is complemented by a defined kick in the tail, and a generous amount of belly throughout the majority of the bottom of the board. While the outline is relatively parallel it pulls in towards the tail, which helps the board turn surprisingly well. We turned the rail on the nose up a little and added a slight nose concave that subtly transitions into the belly.
Comments: Works best in a variety of conditions from ankle high to overhead, great for beach breaks and points alike. The belly creates a smooth ride in clean or bumpy conditions. Combined with the slight nose concave, this board creates a generous amount of lift on the tip and tends to retain more hold in steeper sections than the Darkhorse.