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I really enjoyed shaping this modified CabSav2. The board came out so good. I can’t wait to see it when its glassed. It’s a stringerless 5’5 x 19 1/2 x 2 5/16 CabSav2 modified with conza bottom, coming in at 27.18L.

The Conza is a name derived from the words “Channel” and “Bonzer” as it loosely incorporates elements of the two. In smaller and/or weaker conditions, it allows a wider board to loosen up in rail to rail transitions and also provide thrust. The effect does not interfere with your rail side fins where the deeper double concaves on such boards can become “sticky” by holding too much water. In essence it adds looseness within the “engine” of the boards, without compromising on speed, drive or flow.”

Read more about the conza bottom configuration here.


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