“The Crystal has the same bottom contours as the Burner but I’ll repeat the explanation here: The roll at the stringer providing forgiveness when initiating turns while the tighter narrower concaves on the rails add even more bite and grip than a single concave. The biggest visible feature of the crystal is the radial diamond tail shape. The planshape between the feet from the bump forward is more parallel that usual in order to accentuate the drive from the now much shorter rail line. The tail ‘corners’ that would have been there are totally removed which allows your back foot to be placed inches forward of where it normally would if the tail was a wide square or swallow. As result carving cutbacks all the way around to the whitewash can be performed from the same foot position since the corners don’t get in the way when you’re half way around in a round house cutback. This allows for a much more control just before hitting the wash for the rebound, which is probably one of the hardest parts of that demanding manoeuvre.  The off the top turns as a result are quite electric.”

Greg Webber

5’4 19 1/4 2 3/8 24.21
5’6 19 1/2 2 1/2 26.75
5’8 19 3/4 2 5/8 29.07
5’10 20 2 3/4 31.88
6’0 20 1/4 2 7/8 34.74