Rusty Surfboards in stock now
Mention Rusty Surfboards and anyone that is a fan of surfing is bound to recognize this brand. Through the years, Rusty has moved to take its place among the best surfboard manufacturers not only in North America but also with recognition by surfers the world over and that is why we are super excited to announce we have surfboards from Rusty in our shop.
The Piranha was one of our most popular board designs. It was primarily built for small surf, but it ended up being a very versatile board. We have re-tooled this design with a clean, full, round pin, and are calling it the Smoothie. It has a timeless outline designed to accommodate a wide range of conditions.
The bottom starts with a slight roll in the nose transitioning to a light single through the center. This shallow single blends into a sunken double concave in front of the fins and an elevated double concave between the fins that finally ends in a double barrel vee of the tail. If you can’t appreciate the tech talk, just know that the board surfs fast & smooth.
The Yes Thanks is a wider, fuller performance shortboard designed for knee-high to solid-overhead surf. The Yes Thanks comes from Bender lineage, which is our popular performance board for good, hollow waves. The bottom features plus overall rocker and a fairly deep single concave splitting into a double through the fins and off the tail.
We've had good feedback on the rocker and bottom, but many requests for a wider outline overall and fuller rails, and this helped to make the Yes Thanks more versatile and forgiving. Other key features are the added bump in the outline at mid fins, which acts as a fulcrum or pivot point to enhance turning, and the slightly wider tail block. All added up, this delivers a versatile and forgiving performance shortboard.
This is the high-performance shortboard that eats mediocre waves for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It packs about as much volume as possible into the shortboard outline, with a couple unique tweaks that keep it lively.
It's the chine in the rail near the forward fins and the accentuated "V" through the tail that really keep this board ahead of the pack. Ride it three to five inches smaller than your regular shortboard, and in anything knee to head high.
At Mango we love to surf, so if you need any more help about which model or size will be best for you just drop us a call, an email or a facebook message. we want to help find you that magic board or set of fins:
Phone: 033 0001 0173
Facebook: Mango surfing
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