Rusty SUP Review

Rusty SUP's are designed to surf. All feature similar bottom contours: Slight release in nose, Flat entry, Light concave in center, A slight double barrel vee coming into the fins, Flat off the back. All boards feature a tight bottom radius on the rails. This contributes to stability and helps to get the board up and planning more efficiently. This is a proven, go-to, bottom design for surfboards that has stood the test of time for decades. It generates a lot of speed yet enables the rider to make smooth, controlled, rail-to-rail transitions with minimal effort.

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One Response to “Rusty SUP Review”

  • Dale from FL November 25, 2011

    Just purchased my first Rusty SUP 10,4 today (11/25/2011) on the East side of FL.
    Looking to ride on some waves this weekend and into the future. Age 42 and I can keep up with my son (age 13) with a SUP on the waves. Most of the time I even can get more waves then him.