Just joined, but been reading a lot of older posts. I was wondering if you could help critique this longboard design. I'm mostly worried about getting the foil right.
Board is sort of an "intermediate logger", with soft rails, intended to ride varied conditions, but mostly beach breaks, more on the steep/hollow/fast side of things, up to head high. Am not much of a noserider, more down the line, having fun.
Context: 38M, 5'9", 175lb, normally ride 9'0"x23"x3" 2+1 with added nose lift, on a steep beach break. Use a traditional 9'6" pig for the softer breaks and smaller days. I usually design the boards with a great shaper, that's a longtime childhood friend, but more of a shortboard shaper (great HP longs).
Be brutal! Thanks!