What the Album Surfboards site says about the Sub:
‘Fun every time. Similar rocker to the Simmons inspired Symphony but with a little more lift in the tail, combined with a more pulled in outline through the business end. Great alternative to a fish or even a longboard. Catches anything that moves, zips and flies around as hard as you want to push it – or cruise, trim and flow all day long. Single to double concave. Can be ridden as a quad, thruster, twin or even a single fin. Ride it a touch shorter than you’d order a fish.’
What people are saying about it:
“The Album Sub can be used either as a longboard alternative or a hybrid fish model. A great model for days when the surf is low and gutless, this board can create plenty of heat down the line and has surprising maneuverability for its shape. Ride 6-8 inches shorter and 1-2 inches wider than your standard shortboard. Can also be ridden longer if wanting a great longboard alternative.” – Boardcave
“Soo good!” – User alessandro_potenzano on Instagram
“That would be rad.” – User caseykirkland on Instagram
“Damn, love that gradient.” – User nolanseaton on Instagram
“This looks interesting.” – User rowland_murray on Instagram
“Seriously amazing work!” – User ridgebenben on Instagram
“Awesome – can’t wait to see mine.” – User leonidaskopsaftis on Instagram
“Love the color scheme.” – User vincentlonewolf on Instagram
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