Urban, made a 150x 42 full wood mako rip off 4 years ago. cold molded of 5 layers veneer, inner layers at 45 deg. outer longitudinal. it has 25 mm concave relatively flat but constant rocker. it's really grippy, and I can see the point of making flats along rail for easier transitions. that said the concave and curvy outline makes board have massive range, you can hold it in a lot of wind.Telekiter wrote:Ohh yeah, the Mako King is a fantastic board. I´ve had the old Original Mako (150x34) and if there was one thing to change about the Mako King is it would be nice if it had the same concave as the original mako. The Original Mako had 18 mm concave BUT the board was just 34 cm wide, so that means that the Concave Radius is much smaller than the concave Radius of the Mako King, hence less "bite". Still The king is my go-to board, and I do also have the Mako Wide (150x40) in my arsenal
So Ocean Rodeo; Any plans to make the Mako King with even more concave?
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