The Channel Islands T-Low by Tanner Gudauskas could well be the only board you need take on your next trip. Research and Development on the T-Low began with Tanner looking for a lower rockered shortboard and has resulted in an ultra-forgiving all-around performance shortboard. The overall plan shape of the T-Low takes a different route than the extreme curves on the DFR and Proton by incorporating medium entry and low exit rockers. The T-Low bottom contours combine a single concave at the 12" mark to flat exit through the back fin. The rails are quite tapered so you might consider riding this board 1/16" thicker than your DFR, Rubble, Proton, Rookie, etc. The T-Low has proven to be a unique design, being user friendly and still meeting World Tour pro-surfer requirements as evident by Tanner's surfing and Dane Reynolds riding a T-Low prototype to a 2012 CT final in France. Tanner says, "If you could take one board on a trip this would be it." The T-Low was in all Channel Islands team riders' bags for the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast from March 2013! "The driving force behind Channel Islands Surfboards is the demand on design created by the world's greatest surfers, allowing for the highest performance surfing possible. To provide the most dedicated surfers with the most advanced, performance designs is my passion" - Al Merrick, Designer/Shaper
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