A single fin shape true to the mid 1970s with more of a stylist in mind than a ripper. These boards catch waves amazingly well because frankly average guys were not as good as they are now. They do not respond to pumping, really like a more lateral line and require good positioning on the wave face more than the building of speed through climb and drop. Narrowish tails and classic down rails like bowling steep sections really well. The feeling of not having multiple fins all pointing different directions on the bottom of a surfboard is one every surfer should experience.