The Frampster manages to pack plenty of volume into a fast and manoeuverable shortboard.

Curvy outline, full rails, deep single concave, and generous rocker make this an excellent choice for the beach, reef or as a travel board.  







Howdy Glenn, 

Just wanted to provide a bit of feedback on the board. I've had it for about 6 months now, so I've had a good chance to test it in all conditions. 

Firstly, the quality. It's holding up great. Really impressed with the finish and glassing. Best PU board I've had to date. Secondly volume and shape, I think we got it bang on! It feels just right. 

I've had it out in a variety of conditions. It definitely likes a bit of push and holds well in the slightly bigger waves. The extra length, over my fish, really helps. The tail shape and rocker have certainly helped with turns.

Couple of things I'd like to try in the future are a single to double concave to see if this freed it up a bit in crapper waves. I also wonder if flatting the nose rocker a touch might help through flat sections. But I was really after something for slightly better waves so that's it fits that bill perfectly. 

I spent a long time thinking about who to go to for my first custom, in the end I stayed close to home and I'm glad I did. Thanks for the advice and board.

All the best with everything.

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