First post here, thought I'd gather some opinions on this situation from some shapers/glassers. Just recieved a custom board, super excited, it came out great and it's beautiful. For added durability went with a heavy glass job + deck patch, totaling 16 oz on the deck, volan glass etc. Since this is not a performance board, I figured it'd be fine to add some extra weight with the hopes of creating a more durable board. Took it out for a surf in a mellow, waist high crumbling waves, and cruised it real easy, took a total of about 10-15 rides or so. I get back to the car and as I'm loading the board in notice a solid heel dent, basically two dents combined into one heel size depression under the front foot area. Same on back foot, however less noticeable (guess I really surf off the front foot lol). For a standard shortboard this is to be expected, but with the heavy glass job I couldn't believe it - I only weigh 150 lbs, my shortboards don't even dent all that much, and I was wearing 7mm booties which in my experience absorb a lot of force underfoot. Spoke to the shaper, nice dude, and he agrees it's unusual and hasn't really happened to his boards before - we are thinking that it may not have cured fully? The board sat for approximately 9 days or so between shaping and this session. I noticed two days before taking it out that it still smelled slightly of resin when up close to it. Could this be possible that the resin was still soft enough to compress the foam? Could it be a bad blank? A materials issue or just not enough cure time? Dents are dents, they're bound to happen eventually, but its a bummer bc its a beautiful board now with a big noticable depression right in the middle of the deck and it seems its not really due to normal "wear and tear," but due to a materials issue. Any thoughts?