What the JS Industries site says about the Forget Me Not – Squash:
‘FORGET ME NOT squash tail played a major role in Parko’s 2012 World Title victory, being his first choice when the waves were pumping. Although this model was first released in 2009, I am still evolving and improving it based on testing and team rider feedback. FORGET ME NOT squash re-invented itself over the last couple of seasons with Traktor team riders choosing to ride it in WCT events from Snapper to Hawaii.
This year I have made a few minor adjustments by adding more volume through the centre of the board but still keeping the lower more refined rails to penetrate and turn at high speeds. I also added slightly more area to the super clean outline while leaving the tail tight with no hip for a continuous smooth curve. The rocker has slightly more lift at the nose and tail to fit into the curve that good waves offer. A subtle single to double concave means the board will harness all the wave’s power and give you maximum control.
FORGET ME NOT squash is the pinnacle of our performance models and is unrivaled when used in good waves.’
What people are saying about it:
“Those boards are sick.” – liam.petersonn on Instagram
“This is awesome.” – marianabandhold on Instagram
“6.2 is a bit long for me to ride it all the time, but I ride it whenever I can though if it gets head-high or +. Does everything, barrels, turns, pops reverses on a dime. The outline seems to be made for hollower waves, but i have not seen any in stores so I don’t know how the stock boards are. Worked really good in hollow perfection, as well as in random beach break. Would love to have one in a 6.0.” – user manjushri on Surfermag
“I definitely want one from when it’s pumping.. Boards just looks amazing.” – user TheCam on Surfermag
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