What the Christenson Surfboards site says about the Invisible Policeman:
‘Inspired by my poor seppo driving skills on the left side and running over an invisible policeman on a recent trip to Australia.
Low rails and multiple bottom contours to help you outrun and get sneaky around any sections and intersections smooth and casually.’
What people are saying about it:
“The Invisible Policeman is Chris’s latest take on the Hull concept. Using some lines and contours from an old Diffenderfer, Chris created a Hull that could be surfed more aggressively yet still have the flow and feel provided by the displacement up front. This makes the IP a quick down the line board that can come back the pocket a bit easier than standard Hull designs.” – Mollusk Surf Shop
“Chris Christenson’s new hull design, updating the best of the Diffenderfer for more aggressive surfing yet with the smooth cruise of a classic hull front end. Quick reactions, easier to maneuver.” – Mitch’s Surf Shop
“Got my first go on the Invisible Policeman yesterday. Stoked on how it went. Really had a lot of speed and flow to it.” – user jon_peck on Instagram
“Sports cars for the ocean. Thanks @jon_peck and @christensonsurfboards for another classy gem. Finally some energy stacking up for proper use in fifth gear on the point break race tracks. 7×20.5×2.75 #invisiblepoliceman” – user stillinger on Instagram
“Mitch King says ‘I love this new Invisible Policeman model! It’s the ticket for fun, and the shape by @chris_christenson73 is visually arresting!'” – user mitchsnorth on Instagram
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