Year after year this board continues to be Kolohe Andinos go to board. Whether as a 5’11 squash tail, 6’0 round tail, or stretched to a 6’1 round pin…It is still his main rocker for the WCT events to this day. Defined by a long, straight rocker through the middle of the board that then lifts to a healthy nose rocker (so the board redirects when put on a rail) and a low, but curvy tail rocker that’s moved way back under the rear foot. A board that likes to be “Driven” by a strong and forceful surfer, who uses their strength and commitment to the rail, in turning a board. Surfers like Julian Wilson and Tyler Wright have also used Drivers to win World Tour events. A great Shortboard for any strong surfer who might tend to overpower most flicky or loose rockered boards.