A modern take on the hull pig. Rolled bottom all the way out the tail, with soft rails and a pig outline. Snappy and fast!
Mollusk sells eggs, not just because they're great beginner boards (which they are), but because eggs are just great boards. If you could only have one board to surf forever on, an egg would not be a bad choice—they work in small waves, medium waves and if you have the skills; larger and hollower surf. An egg will trim in longboard ankle slappers and still rip a big 'ol bottom turn or cutback. If you haven't been on an egg in awhile, it might be time to give it another try. Trust us, you will be pleasantly surprised.
This is Brian Hilbers' interpretation of the classic keel fish. The board features a traditional fish outline, but with a thinner rail, flat to double concave vee passing out through toed in keel fins. The bottom concaves and toed fins give this board maximum flow and glide in mushier surf, but allowing it to still perform well in head high surf. This is a good traditional fish if you are surfing beach breaks.
The Viento, "The Daily Driver Hull", is a super user friendly hull surfboard. This board was taken off a stand up Greenough design that has been modified by modern standards. This is the board that you could ride in storm slop to epic conditions.