What the Haydenshapes site says about the White Noiz:
‘White Noiz is a smaller wave performance shortboard that has been designed around Craig Anderson’s feedback on this style of board. It’s a playful shortboard with great sensitivity for any high performance surfing. It has been designed with Craig’s personal preference of having a performance shortboard that is clean and simple in its DNA. Best ridden 1-2inches shorter as its plan shape has a little more surface area around the 12” marks in the nose and tail. It rides best in waves from 1-4ft (waist to head and half high).
The shape features smooth continuous curves in both rocker and outline allowing the board to feel comfortable in all parts of the wave with no surprises. It has a very balanced feel whether you’re a front or back foot surfer.
Concave is medium through out with a very clean fade out to both nose and tail. Slight double concave between the middle of your stance and through the front fin area give a nice directional acceleration to the bottom curve.’
What people are saying about it:
“It reminds me a little bit of the Haydenshapes Ando at first glance but the White Noiz has subtle design changes to boost it’s small (but not too small…) wave prowess. At first, the Haydenshapes White Noiz and I did not get along. She felt too unstable but I discovered that the right surfboard fins are required to hit the sweet spot with this board.” – Benny at Comparesurfboards
“The Haydenshapes White Noiz is a high performance shortboard with a balanced feel for both front foot and back foot surfers. Great in waves 1-4 foot and shorter length means it fits well in all parts of the wave.” – Boardcave
“The best!” – User auterpop on Instagram
“Rad” – User cariocasoulrj on Instagram
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