The Aurora is our best model for good waves, but it still has plenty of features that make it a great daily driver. Wider nose, wider tail than traditional shortboards : it will save you on many sessions. With its increased curves, it will assist you in steeper conditions making this model a fantastic travel board.
When the waves turn on, the Aurora won't let you down.
With the nose more pulled in than the tail, the Aurora has a more traditional surfboard look. This outline matches the more rockered design. The pointy nose has a fair amount of flip on it, making late drops and critical turning more efficient. At the back, it features a minimal hip where the fins start, creating a clear pivot point. The squash tail is relatively wide, creating some lift which helps gliding across fatter sections, instead of sinking.
The Aurora's bottom is simple. It features a single concave throughout the board, finishing with a slight double concave between the fins to vee off the tail. In addition, the overall medium rails will give a smooth feeling with no surprise for when things get serious. The fin setup is a traditional thruster, which amplifies reliability with more control over the board. If it's more speed than control you're looking for, than, the Twin + trailer option is for you.
5'4 x 19.25" x 2.25" - 24L*
5'6 x 19.38" x 2.31" - 26L*
5'8 x 19.5" x 2.38" - 28L*
5'10 x 19.75" x 2.44" - 30L*
*Note that volumes are approximate since every surfboard is handshaped.