What the manufacturer’s site says about the Slab Maiden:
‘With a wide planshape forward, paddling is a breeze getting you into more waves. With a tighter pulled round pin for quick response from rail to rail the Slab Maiden holds well in sucky waves. We also added a slight flyer to straighten the outline through the middle of the board for extra hold and drive. The smooth medium to flat rocker is accompanied by a single concave running nose to tail to push through smooth tight turns with plenty of projection. Setup with Tri-Quad to adapt to all conditions and wave sizes, this is Eli Steeles answer to having the one board to do it all. To be ridden 4 inches shorter than your regular Pro Series and goes best in 2-5 foot waves.′
What people are saying about it:
“All round performance surfing the Slab Maiden by JR Surfboards has been designed as a versatile performance option to be surfed in all conditions. This board is a great option for the traveling or one board surfer. Can be ridden 4 inches shorter than your standard shortboard.” – Boardcave
“I’ve had a heap of his boards they go good. Gonna try an epoxy one next.” – User duckwitt on Instagram
“Stoked with my new JR board 👍 great experience going into a local Gold Coast shapers shop to get advice and pick the right board.” – User jeremylongtonfit on Instagram
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