The only of its kind, the Torsion Spring Technology (TST) concept is to create a one-piece hull where the left side talks to the right side with dynamic flex, and without losing kinetic energy from the wave.

The idea behind this new technology is all about flex, spring and durability. This next generation flex is one that anybody can ride and is designed for all conditions, depending on the board model in which it is applied. Additionally, the Carbon Kevlar tape used along the rail in this 3D perimeter reinforced construction, resists buckling. The way it wraps onto the top of the tail in the fin zone, frees up the tail and provides extra rebound out of turns.

No doubt TST will make you surf faster, quicker and looser with lots of drive. It will outlast your strongest board and yet, it will be the lightest in your quiver.


The WPC (Waterproof Core) is a special developed blank that is waterproof, stronger and lighter than PU. The blank does not take in water, so if you get a ding you don't have to worry about ending your session.


As the board is stringerless, it removes the two-dimensional restriction to deliver on that engineered flex. It lets one rail communicate to the other when you are turning or when you are snapping off the lip.


The Carbon Kevlar is a carbon fiber mesh in a matrix, which includes some kevlar. While being light and stiff, the carbon fiber isn't particularly strong on its own, therefore by adding some kevlar, you sacrifice some lightness, but gain strength.

Clint Preisendorfer on Torsion Spring