Boards are ranked by Cross-shore riding
Cross˝shore riding ˝ Predominantly front side riding. You can use the wave to generate speed. Boards that excel in cross-shore conditions, need control at speed, are comfortable in both wider and tighter turns and transition easily from turn to turn
  Fanatic Quad 94
Get up and go Cross-shore riding Cross on advanced Cross on - intermediate Bump & jump Top end Get up and go Cross hore Cross on riding advanced Cross on riding Bump and Jump Top end
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  Goya 92
Get up and go Cross-shore riding Cross on advanced Cross on - intermediate Bump & jump Top end Get up and go Cross hore Cross on riding advanced Cross on riding Bump and Jump Top end
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  Starboard Quad
Get up and go Cross-shore riding Cross on advanced Cross on - intermediate Bump & jump Top end Get up and go Cross hore Cross on riding advanced Cross on riding Bump and Jump Top end
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  Quatro Tempo
Get up and go Cross-shore riding Cross on advanced Cross on - intermediate Bump & jump Top end Get up and go Cross hore Cross on riding advanced Cross on riding Bump and Jump Top end
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  JP Single Thruster
Get up and go Cross-shore riding Cross on advanced Cross on - intermediate Bump & jump Top end Get up and go Cross hore Cross on riding advanced Cross on riding Bump and Jump Top end
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  RRD 92 Wave Cult
Get up and go Cross-shore riding Cross on advanced Cross on - intermediate Bump & jump Top end Get up and go Cross hore Cross on riding advanced Cross on riding Bump and Jump Top end
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  Tabou Pocket 93
Get up and go Cross-shore riding Cross on advanced Cross on - intermediate Bump & jump Top end Get up and go Cross hore Cross on riding advanced Cross on riding Bump and Jump Top end
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