Bing Spork Review

What the Bing site says about the Spork:

‘Another collaborative design by Chris Del Moro and Matt Calvani, the Spork has become a staple in CDM’s daily and travel quiver. Epitomizing Matt’s design philosophy “performance made easy”, the Spork is the most high performance board in the Bing lineup. A shortboard that is suited for all conditions, this lighting fast quad excels in anything from beach breaks to top-to-bottom point breaks such as Kirra or Rincon and will lock you into your barrel. Matt combines a well-balanced outline (with a wider middle), flatter entry rocker, no concave front going into a double concave out the tail with less foam than your average hybrid to harness tremendous paddle ability as well as front foot drive and hard pocket gouges. Available with a round pin, squash or swallow tail as well as a 5-fin configuration, the Spork should be ridden 2-4” shorter than your standard thruster. Average nose: 14 ¼”, Average tail: 14 ½”’

Image Source: BingSurf.com

Image Source: BingSurf.com

Image Source: BingSurf.com

Image Source: BingSurf.com

What people are saying about it:

“Win. I liked the look of that one.” – WANDERER on realsurf.com

“The Spork is a board between a fish and a modern shortboard. With a low entry rocker that gives you the paddle/glide comparable to a narrow fish but will tear the tops off of waves and lock you right into your dream barrel. The Spork features a slight roll in the nose that goes into a flat middle and then a double concave inside of a single concave tail giving you bite and lift for speed. The slightly parallel outline with the fuller nose going into a wider-than-average-shortboard mid-point along with the full pintail will increase glide while maintaining shreddable turns.” – Tex on gumtree.com.au


“I’ve only had two sessions on my 6’1 Spork, one; as a quad in knee-waist S. Bay last week and this past Sunday, as a tri in Huntington (N.Side) textured waist-chest and mushy. I bonded with it a little better as a tri, but I’ve been riding a 5’8 Hayden Psychedelic Germ for the past four months as a tri, so maybe that is why I preferred the Spork as a tri. I haven’t had it in good enough waves (or for long enough) to give it an accurate review, but I am going to Nicaragua (Mark and Dave’s) on 8/6 and I’m confident enough in the Spork to have it fill the space of a standard shortboard and a small step-up.”
– Chase Topaz on surfermag.com

Size Chart:

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