Our most user-friendly super groveller of all-time, the brand new pony is for extra dedicated or just downright desperate surfers wanting to maximise their speed and ability to throw down manoeuvres in even the worst conditions. Whether it’s tiny, onshore and weak, or clean little runners, this board will have you going flaming fast!
A full nose outline moves into a generous distribution of volume under the chest, with a clean tail shape that was pulled in slightly during R&D to ensure manoeuvrability. The Flaming Pony’s smooth, flat rocker allows continuous flow in fat sections, and combines with a single to slight double concave to provide extra lift and easy rail-to-rail transitions. Overall, you’ll enjoy a plan shape that’s ridden two inches longer than previous ponies to create an incredibly forgiving small wave sled. The Flaming Pony looks good, goes even better, and will have you fired up to surf in even the most average conditions at home or on the road.
Flaming Pony is our most extreme and dedicated small wave summer board. It has all the features to get you the most fun out of the poorest crumbly days.
The Flaming Pony is ideal for knee to waist high waves but will be super fun in anything up to 3 feet. The Flying pony skates over any flat section and is always fast and lively in full waves.
An overall low to flat rocker is the perfect all-round rocker creating speed and glide in small to average conditions.
Flaming Pony comes stock as a five fin and will work equally well as a quad or thruster depending on the conditions. Alternative setups are available with custom orders.
Boards 4’10” – 5’5″ glassed standard with 4 x 2 oz. deck x 4 oz. bottom. Boards 5’6″ and up glassed standard with 4 x 4 oz deck x 4 oz. bottom (All sizes come standard with Hybrid Fibre tail strips)
Flaming Pony has full rails, reducing catch and increasing speed in and out of choppy or soft sections.
A specifically designed, narrow concave for the wider board. Still involving a single concave starting in the nose to direct water under your feet for lift and speed. Double concave starts in front of fins which maintains lift and directs water release towards a gentle Vee out the tail for maximum manoeuvrability.