The Fat-Beaver is pretty much a Fat-Bat but with a round tail and a little MORE tail rocker. Some people were hesitant to get a bat-tail because the sharp tips looked dangerous and also the tips might get chipped off ( but Mark ensures extra glass goes on the bat tips and they are really strong ). It has all the same attributes as the Fat-Bat, like stability, good paddling, easy planing due to the fuller nose and forward wide point, good drive and surprising performance and manouverability but the tail has been pulled in slightly and the curves flow into a nice round tail. So its a stable semi-fish type shape while trimming but once you wanna turn off the back section of the board, it turns like a shortboard, almost cheating really.... a little extra tail rocker has been added for even tighter turns and additional pivot. Most can be set up as a quad or thruster as they have the five plug setup. These are generally ridden about the surfers own height, but the better the surfer and the MORE radical and critical you wanna get, the shorter you go, and if you want a smoother cruisier ride, we go a bit longer.Fins included
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