Bing California Square Tail Review

What the Bing Surfboards site says about the California Square Tail:

‘The California pin and square are designed to be the all around basic noserider that you can surf anywhere . I really went back to the basics on these without all the bells and whistles. They are solid noseriders with a parallel outline, deeper blended concave, and a flat rocker. To balance out these elements, the boards can be ridden two inches or so shorter and a little thinner. The result is a board with great trim speed that will pull back into the pocket to get parallel-stance noserides all the way to the beach. The flat rocker also gives the board drive through the turns without stalling which can result from too much tail rocker. The key to ordering this board is to get the proper size and volume for your style and the conditions you’ll be surfing in. ‘

bing-california-square-tail-1

bing-california-square-tail

Image Source: BingSurf.com

Image Source: BingSurf.com

What people are saying about it:

A truly retro, tip dancing machine, the Bing California Square Tail is a longboarders best friend that sticks to the basics. Designed to be a solid noserider the CA Square Tail is built with a parallel outline, a deeper blended concave, and a nice flat rocker. To balance out these elements, the boards can be ridden two inches or so shorter and a little thinner than your usual longboard. The Square Tail provides great trim speed and allows you to pull back into the pocket to get parallel-stance noserides all the way to the beach. The flat rocker also gives the board drive through the turns without stalling which can result from too much tail rocker. This is a board that best suits the surfer that enjoys spending plenty of time with all ten toes wrapped over the nose.

The Bing legacy is currently in the hands of the highly talented Matt Calvani. Calvani and the Bing manufacturing team in Encinitas, CA, have been creating masterpieces for surfers around the globe and we were lucky enough to get our hands on this beauty. If you are looking for a shape that will be loads of fun and can be surfed anywhere a noserider can dream, the California Square Tail might be the board for you.” – Cleanlinesurf.com

Fishy, I’ve got Bing Levitator, Trimulux, and California Squaretail. Trimulux is the best all around board. The Squaretail likes faster waves. The best noserider I’ve ever owned is the Levitator. Easy to walk, and you can hang up there even through the mushy sections. Incredibly stable on the nose. But it’s a really wide board.” – User halibutrick on Jamboards.com

Size Chart:

bing-california-square-tail-size-chart

Here are videos we found of the Bing California Square Tail

Here are Instagram pictures we found:

@reillywstone

@reillywstone

@linnklara

@linnklara

@lolamignot

@lolamignot

@reillywstone

@reillywstone

@jimmyjamesparry

@jimmyjamesparry

@reillywstone

@reillywstone

Have you tried riding the Bing California Square Tail? Tell us about it!

#blinksurf