The Keel Fish Colab

July 23, 2014

Rasta Keel FishiesTop row: 6’9″, Middle row: 5’8″, Bottom row: 6’2″
Three new ultra foiled keel fishes 5’8″, 6’2″, and 6’9″ on their way to Dave Rastovich. This will be an ongoing in depth collaboration to push the traditional keel fish in extreme surfing conditions. The goal is to use the long rail line with a fine tuned rail volume and precise edge placement. With Dave’s extraordinary ability to surf off his rails we can decrease fin surface area to increase quick rail transitions while maintaining maximum glide off a wider plane shape. There’s no doubt we will be seeing ground breaking wave riding. Keep checking in for updates.

– Matt Calvani



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