This design was conceptualized with Ryan Burch for Stab’s “Electric Acid Surfboard Test” featuring Mick Fanning. As demonstrated by Mick, this design is focused on keeping speed through carves, and surfing tight in the pocket of the wave with control. Its asymmetric outline, twisted rocker, offset bottom shape, offset rail shapes, and skewed quad fin placements all work together to help the board generate speed from the toe side, and control speed from the heel side. Its bottom shape consists of panel V entry, with inverted V cut into the panel V in order to straighten the center entry rocker curve while still keeping the benefits of the raised rail line entry intact for late takeoffs. It then transitions to an offset single concave of which is deepest under the toe side that eventually evens out to flat at the tail tip. The toe side fins are placed slightly further back and closer to the rail in order to mimic a feeling closer to that of a twin on the toe side. The heel side fins are placed further up, further away from the rail, and more spread apart in order to help give the board more control when leaning on the heel side in critical parts of the wave.