This video is a super quick documentation of the building [Ryan Lovelace] and subsequent surfing [Trevor Gordon] of the first ThrougHull.
A pretty good lesson in acceleration and flow put on by Trevor [and briefly Mr.Travers Adler]. He and I originally designed the board for traveling and hollower reef or beachbreak waves on tropical adventures. It did really well and was mostly tuned for tubes and reef style waves, though it seems to go just fine in average surf back home!
The added tail rocker that we put in for slow tube rides also gives a major hand in warping cutbacks making it an outrageously versatile hull. The speed generated going back into the pocket gets me pretty stoked.
Shape/Glassing footage by Trevor Gordon
Surf footage by Michael Kew
music J.J. Cale | Let Me Do It To You