Two small but pronounced shifts in the rail line enhance the maneuverability of the Dream Rider.
Typically, these "wings" allow shapers to utilize the more loose-turning characteristics of a wider tail ahead of the wings and combine this with the holding power of the narrower tail immediately following them. Kym Thompson chooses to use this design feature as the wings break and shorten the length of the rail line, making the board looser and more playful.
Rail: Full, Tucked edge
Bottom: Concave into V
Ideal Waves: 1 - 6 ft
Level: Beginner – Expert