What the Pyzel Surfboards site says about The Amp:
‘The AMP comes about from working with JJF to create a board that excels in smaller, weaker waves, giving more flow and drive when the waves aren’t that good. It is now a part of his world travel quiver and comes out when the surf gets slow.
The outline is slightly fuller through the nose and tail, and has a nice little hip going into the tail before the fins to keep it loose.
It has a medium rocker with a lot of single concave (more than any of our other shortboards) which gives a lot of lift and planing speed, and keeps it maneuverable when going through slower sections. Overall this is a great board to add to your smaller-wave game and is a good all arounder for most places in the world with less than epic waves.
I recommend going an inch shorter than your good wave shortboard, and a little wider/thicker as well. A little extra foam is always your friend in less than perfect conditions.’
What people are saying about it:
“The Pyzel Amp is perfect for slower, less than perfect waves where you still want performance. Being a little wider and thicker it gives you some extra foam to counter those less than perfect conditions.” – Boardcave
“A very necessary piece of equipment…it is agonizing to watch those slow wave contests and the constant need to find a way to make the boards adapt…which they often don’t…” – Kate Dillon on Facebook
“I’m soooo “amp’d” right now!” – Pono Keali’i on Facebook
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