The “Pier Pony” is by far the most directional small wave board ever released by JS. Specifically built for really weak and boring waves, the Pier Pony will make those lousy surf days a whole lot of fun. The constant flow of Vee running from the nose entry through to the tail compliments the flattest rocker in the JS range. This vee creates quick transitions from rail to rail enabling you to gather speed through the weakest and flattest sections. JS has left a lot of volume throughout the board with a flat deck and full rail, making sure you are hovering over every section and avoiding any bog down time. It might sound extreme but we recommend you ride this board 8- 10 inches shorter than norm.

Bruce Irons rides PIER PONY in
Bruce's specs - Height: 5'10 (178cm) | Weight: 165lbs 76kg | Stance: Natural
Kai Hing rides PIER PONY in 4'10 x 20 x 2 1/2
Kai’s specs - Height: 5’10 (177cm) | Weight: 150lbs 68kg | Stance: Natural
Kalani David rides PIER PONY in 4'10 x 20 x 2 1/2
Kalani's specs - Height: 5’10.5 (179cm) | Weight: 155lbs 70.3kg | Stance: Natural
Adrian Buchan rides PIER PONY in 5'0 x 20 1/2 x 2 9/16
Ace's specs - Height: 5'9" (175cm) | Weight: 167.5lbs 76kg | Stance: Goofy
Dusty Payne rides PIER PONY in 5’2 x 21 x 2 5/8
Dusty's specs - Height: 5’10 (177cm) | Weight: 178.5lbs 81kg | Stance: Natural
Joel Parkinson rides PIER PONY in 5’2 x 21 x 2 5/8
Parko's specs - Height: 6'0 (183cm) | Weight: 180.7lbs 82kg | Stance: Natural
Mark Occhilupo rides PIER PONY in 5’4 x 21 1/4 x 2 5/8
Occy's specs - Height: 5'9 (176cm) | Weight: 194lbs 88kg | Stance: Goofy
Slight vee creates amazing rail to rail capabilities and also straightens the rail line for speed - good for small waves. Vee double concave under feet creates slight lift reducing drag.

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