What the Channel Islands site says about The Even Keel:
‘A traditional fish design developed exclusively with Joe Curren in 2010. The Even Keel came standard with double foil wood keel fins and 6+6/4 layups that achieve ideal swing weight and momentum through turns. Was Joe’s board of choice over 50% of the time at home or on the road.
“With The Even Keel my goal is to make a board that is both progressive and traditional by taking my favorite elements from the original fish-speed, drive, trim and glide-and adding design elements that improve rail-to-rail transitions and increases maneuverability. A person is said to be “on an even keel’ when steady and well-balanced in life as a well-trimmed ship is in the water. This board is my Even Keel” – Joe Curren
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What people are saying about it:
“It may look retro, with a traditional shape and vintage logo, but this five-foot-seven-inch board is no throwback. The glass-on wood fins provide enough drive and stability for everything from two-foot mush to overhead barrels, while the shortboard-like bottom lets it turn like no other fish in the lineup.” – Outside Online
“This bad boy comes standard with double foil wood keel fins and 6+6/4 layups that achieve ideal swing weight and momentum through turns. It’s also incredibly fast and finds hidden pockets of speed on waves that elude your short board.” – Gimme
“Love the board. Waves were fun, stayed in for three hours.” – user hbrj on Third Coast Surf Shop
“The Even Keels are looking good.” – joecurren.com
“Amazing!!!” – user Peppino sXe on Blend Glassing
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