The basic outline is similar to that of the BUMP 2 (we moved the “bump” up 3/4” of an inch) the bump being moved up actually helps the rider plane through flat spots better as it gives more surface area. The “curve” from the bump also enables the rider to make tighter turns as the more curve you have on the rail, the less rail you will have in the water, making a tighter turn more possible. Slightly relaxed rocker helps make the board faster and paddle a bit easier into waves.
The newest feature on the 2.0 os the foil. The thickest point on the board is moved up about 1.5” that helps the foil distribution become more evenly distributed and creating a cleaner over all glide through the water. The tail block has been boxed out with a speed edge and a “cliff” water-released rail design. The rail is designed so water should be sheathed off the bottom edge of the board much like a skim board. These boards are made to be ridden in all conditions.