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The Waialua Sugar Mill is a historic building that has long supported the community of Waialua on Oahu’s North Shore. These days, it's a space where creators within the surfing community make rad, useful stuff. Surfboards, especially. Iconic shapers like Jon Pyzel, Eric Arakawa, John Carper and more hand-craft finely-tuned equipment for the most demanding racetrack in the world -- the North Shore. Next week, we'll be launching “Craftsman’s Paradise”, the story of the Waialua Sugar Mill, presented by fine folks over at @saintarcherbrew. In the meantime, here's a short taste of what's to come.
The Vessel Villain is the perfect summer fun board.
Built for the smaller days, the Villain has a wider and almost symmetrical outline creating a high volume, fast and fun summer wave board. The Villain is constructed with a high density EPS foam core and reinforced with bamboo timber on both the deck and bottom of the board increasing its strength and durability. The rails and stringer have been further strengthened with a carbon and innegra composite strip to increase the flex properties of the board. The Villain has been designed to be more durable than any other board in our line up and feels really solid.
The Villain features a quad concave through the tail maximising water flow and thus creating a fast and functional shape with greater hold. The wider outline ensures a stable platform for riders of all skill levels and the lower rocker and nose concave allows for easy and early wave entry which will undoubtedly increase your wave count. This board is extremely versatile and can surf everything from small and sloppy surf to punchy and powerful conditions making it a must have addition to your quiver. The Villain should typically be ridden much smaller than your standard shortboard allowing you to dramatically drop down in size.
If you are wanting a strong, stable and surprisingly well rounded funboard then the Vessel Villain is well worth your consideration.