What the Album site says about the Disasym:
‘Asymmetrical spark. Twin fin speed frontside off your toes with quad grip and an aggressive rail line hook on your heels. Performance rocker, deep single concave, allows this board to light up average, weak surf. The magic is that it has the speed of a twin fin married to the maneuverability & confidence of a performance shortboard. Goes equally well frontside & backside – it’s engineered to maximize each approach uniquely.’
What people are saying about it:
“These boards trim amazing and have a killer feel.” – Eric on 2016grovelguide.surfline.com
“First few sessions, it was about 50/50 — I would either have a really great ride with the board doing somewhat unexpected things in a good way (handling steeper sections than anticipated, flying past sections, turning super sharp, going really good backside), or I would completely kook it (going over the handlebars, mistiming turns, getting too far out on shoulder, etc.)
So, it took a few sessions to figure out — in those sessions, I had a lot of moments that made me want to keep with it. But after I got more comfortable with the board and started to learn how it was going to react to different situations — essentially, I didn’t want to surf any other boards.
This thing is just too fun. I clicked with it backside first, feels really natural — just stand with your back foot over the fins and tee off.
Front side took a few sessions, but it has so much built in speed and a ton of pivot (and carve). You can surf it more cruise-y or more aggressively. The board is really versatile.
I’d say it’s more daily driver than groveler.” – fredman on Surfer forum
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