The rocker is low in the tail and high in the nose, this ensures you have plenty of engagement through the fin area whilst avoiding the nose from bogging in turns, this makes for bigger drawn out carves on steeper sections.
The deck line has a slight single concave to help feel connected with the board at speeds. This then rolls into pitched 50/50 rails that blade out through the outline of the board to keep plenty of sensitivity and maintain hold on rail at speeds. The bottom contour is a vee with inside double, to keep the lift through the tail which works with the rails to assist with rail to rail transition. This can really be felt on a bottom turn when the slight side cuts in the outline are put to the test – where you think a twinny would slide, this board actually speeds up!