Thanks, How did they hold in bottom turns?? I leave the board here in PR and it does not look like any wind for the rest of the trip. So I am not going to get it to test it out.
If you ride it strapless it will hold fine, don't be afraid of digging in on the back foot. It is a twinfin so much looser than a thruster or quads. I wouldn't try super high speeds tho or much overhead,,it is more a board for the ankle snappers to chest high sets.. . I liked how the board felt, especially nice for strapless. If you lean in hard, the tail will dig in and give you some more traction. Super construction too.