The board that Kolohe Andino rode as a WQS surfer, and used to qualify for the WCT (at 17 years old) . Probably the most popular and successful small wave contest board we have ever made. Similar to The Driver, but with a wider nose and significantly wider tail block. The low tail rocker works with a generous nose lift. It commands and demands a surfer to really use their rear foot, and commit to turns. Not for a flicky, front footed snappy surfer, but for proper rail and tail driving. This is also the board that Mick Fanning pulled out of our rafters, and used in the Hurley Pro 2012, at Lowers. It basically forced him to re-think what his idea of the modern contest surfboard was. Kolohe qualifying on, and Mick’s performance on and praise of The Sub Driver, are two major points in …Losts competitive board building history.