Chemistry 4×4 Review

What the Chemistry Surfboards site says about the 4×4:

‘With the 4 x 4 design we took our Wide J 6 model and modified the double wings to slight double bumps giving the board a more forgiving feel while keeping the desired straighter outline. The combination of the straighter outline and slight bumps create speed and control points to the wider tail, increasing maneuverability and stability. We kept a moderate/low rocker throughout the curve of the board for speed generation and paddle power. We removed the 6 channels of the Wide J 6 and went with 4 shallower channels off the tail to keep the desired down the line speed and hold of a 6 channel while allowing it to be more forgiving in and out of maneuvers. This board is best ridden with a quad set up. This set up combined with the channels works seamlessly. 4 x 4 = Four Channels, Four Fins, For Fun.’

Image Source: Chemistry Surfboards

Image Source: Chemistry Surfboards

Image Source: Chemistry Surfboards

What people are saying about it:

“The 4 x 4 has a straighter outline and slight bumps in the outline through the tail giving you a combination of volume out the back and control. The lower rocker gives you plenty of speed and paddle power. The 4×4 is great for getting down the line speed while still being forgiving out of maneuvers. For best results ride it as a quad.” – Boardcave

“Modifying a couple boards to make somehing even better, the 4×4 was born. More speed, more responveness, more fun was the goal. Designed to be ridden as a quad.” – WBLiveSurf

“Yeww, thanks guys! That board was super fun!” – user johndangerdaniels on Instagram

“That right there… that’s a sick resin job . Perfect match with the final boxes too.” – user seanmdo on Instagram

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