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Al Merrick’s latest offering, The T-Low, developed in tandem with Tanner Gudauskas, is a bona-fide all-rounder.
A smooth planshape, combined with low rocker (particularly through the tail) and pinched rails make for a lively board, conducive to flowing surfing and charging through flat sections.
A board that will allow you to surf with effortless ease on anything from tiny mushburgers right through to overhead screamers – seemingly custom made for UK beachbreak conditions!
The T-Low's bottom contours combine single concave at the 12” mark to flat exit through the back fin. The rails are tapered so consider riding this board 1/16” thicker than your regular shortboard.
The T-Low is user friendly yet still up to the requirements of world class Channel Islands team riders such as Tanner Gudauskas and Dane Reynolds, who in 2012 rode a T-Low prototype all the way to a CT final in France.
If you generally just use one board at a time and don't surf crazy big or hollow waves on a regular basis, the T-Low could be the board for you.
Please note: Logo colour may be different from illustrated
Fins not included.
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