What the Album site says about the Ledge:
‘New age step-up. Templates from the past mixed with a modern bottom, beveled deck and responsive rails. Eye-opening paddle power. It paddles 5-7” longer than its length (a 6’2” moves like a 6’8”). Built for critical surf. Made to get in early, set your line and get piped. Finite speed control as well – can accelerate with a pump to get through a runner and jam on the brakes to find the tube. Wide point forward. Made to make barrels! We’ve had a ton of buzz around this the last year. Quiver necessity.’
What people are saying about it:
“The real purpose of the Ledge is to get barreled in critical surf. The the wide point forward a bit, beveled deck and tapered rails, this board is designed to get you in to those critical waves early, get you down the line and get you barreled.
Best in waves at least shoulder high and bigger, the Ledge loves juicy hollow waves. Heaving beach breaks, hollow point, or long barreling reefs, this is a must have in your quiver.” – Boardcave
“Great looking board.” – even_keel on reddit.com
“I’m in trouble for le nino. I need that ledge!” – mastercob on reddit
“Nice board! I really like the outline of it.” – Frankisgr8 on reddit
“The only board at the beach you can get your wax warm enough to take off! Epic ride.” – llabianca on Instagram
Here are videos we found of the Album Ledge:
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