Okay guys, here's a little challenge for you. Let's say you are going to create a board specifically for a wave park. Let's say this type of wave park is just like Kelly Slater's. Here's the criteria:
The waves will be head high. Crumbly in the beginning, then tubing eventually on the inside.
No paddling out to the waves, you will simply jump off the side and leisurely make your way to the break.
No hassling for waves. You have the wave to yourself so not much needed in the 'catching/paddling' department.
If you lose your board, there is a chance it might wash into concrete walls/metal rigging.
So, is there anything you would do differently compared to a regular ocean riding board?
Are wave parks going to spin off a specific type of 'wave park board' or will most people simply opt for a 'regular' board?
Anything else I haven't considered?