Ryan Burch

$ 1,075.00

From Ryan Burch's website: "An asymmetrical surfboard can be any shape or size, as long as both sides are not the same. The asymmetrical boards I have built were conceptualized in pursuit of high performance surfing. The long-straight toe side rail has one fin, and mimics the fast planing-skatiness of the fish. On the heel side, I typically put two fins with a more pulled in round tail, this allows for more predictability and a little tighter turn off the heels. In the nose, I pull in the toe side curve allowing for a tighter bottom turn. On the heel side nose, I leave the rail straighter to give you a place to deliver all the speed."