The second generation Puck 2.0 is narrower and thinner than the original Puck which makes the board less bulky, quicker and more sensitive for rail-to-rail surfing. The narrower outline gives the board more parallel rails resulting in a faster board that can handle hollow conditions. To compensate for the lesser volume, Matt flattened the nose rocker slightly and gave it a reverse arc tail which lessens the tail volume and creates dual pivot points for increased sensitivity in turns. The thin tail design on both Pucks keeps the tail high in the water for optimal glide but also allows the rider to sink it when cranking turns. Ride this board 0-1” longer than your first generation Puck, and you’ll be flying in no time.  Average nose: 18” to 18 ½”  Average tail: 17 ½” to 18”