- 7’4″ 24 3/4 4″ volume: 81 liters
pretty narrow compared to most performance boards
pulled in nose is fine-tuned, not too scooped out
Not extremely aggressive rocker, mid range, helps it generate a lot of speed in mushy waves.
Most made as a quad +1
Anthony is 170 lbs and is right on the verge of being too big for the board. His boards are always set up as quads. Brennan Rose keeps a quad +1 to be ridden as a quad or a thruster. Most of the custom El Tigres come with a Quad +1.
In Anthony’s board, they added 1/4″ extra thickness to make it ride like a smaller version. That makes a 7’4″ feel like a 7’8″ as far as stability.
For the bigger guys, the customs go a little wider, but the 7’8″ is still 29″ not too wide and not too super narrow. They didn’t want to make it a one-size fits all. Rather, they wanted to keep pushing the envelope on this shape and tweak and tune and fine tune.
Brennan’s board that he just won on in Santa Cruz is just a touch longer.
For more information, contact Riviera Paddlesurf at: http://www.rivierapaddlesurf.com/
You can also email them custom questions at firstname.lastname@example.org