I have been fascinated by asymmetric boards for as long as i can remember. From photographs in old surf mags to more recently seeing Ryan Burch's pursuit in asymmetrical performance surfing, they have always been a direction i wanted to explore. After experimenting with a few different ideas they quickly became my favourite boards to ride. The concept relies on the differing amount of weight and precision placed on the heel and toe side rails, making it possible to alter each side of the board to suit the strengths/weaknesses of your stance. Typically i will place one fin with a longer straighter rail line on the toe side and two fins with a more pulled in rockered out rail line on the heel side. This provides the feeling of surfing a twin fin when turning off your toes and allows for predictability and a tighter turning radius off your heels, making them a super spicy and enjoyable performance surfboard design.