Proctor Groveler IV - Flexible Epoxy
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Proctor Groveler IV - Flexible Epoxy

Category: Surfboards > Shortboards Shaper: Proctor

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Proctor Surfboards
1920 Goodyear Ave A
Ventura, CA
805-658-7659
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www.proctorsurf.com

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Item Details

Todd Proctor's most versatile and well received new shortboard design. This is a very fast surfboard design that generates its own speed when it's small, yet holds in and rails tight arcs in the pocket when it's overhead. The rocker has a flatter area between the feet combined with an even, flowing single-to-inset double concave bottom. This creates a rail line that runs straighter from under the front foot to the lead-in fins, giving the board quick bursts of speed and incredible drive around sections. There is a good amount of tail rocker and release coming off the back fin allowing for lightening quick, explosive turns. Made from Proctor Flexible Epoxy. Product ID# 1812.

Dimensions

The shaper can adjust all dimensions to suit the surfer, surfing style, and conditions.

Material

With the advent of new technologies, shapers are able to use different materials - from polyurethane, epoxy, carbon fiber and more - to suit the surfer, surfing style, and conditions.

Contact Shaper

Custom surfboards are sold directly from the shaper. Please contact them for assistance.

Proctor Surfboards
1920 Goodyear Ave A
Ventura, CA
805-658-7659
Email Shaper
www.proctorsurf.com

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