A blast from the past. Spawning from the “Flashback” model of 2010. It features the Flashbacks rocker, foil and volume and dimensions, smashed together with the Sub-Scorcher’s hugely popular outline. The Flashback in one of my all time favorite mushy wave boards but many people were put off by the radical tail shape. The 1980’s influenced bottom, featuring low rocker and a slight vee throughout, allows you to ride much more volume than you normally would (making waves easy to catch and connecting slow sections a breeze) and still be able to get the board on rail. Even though it’s thick, it doesn’t ride flat or boaty. Another benefit to vee bottoms is how they cut through chop and slop like a knife through butter. The squash tail is a perfect summer time toy and and I also made a round pin version that opens the design up to waves well over-head and even tubes. I made one for myself and surfed all over the Menatwais with it this spring. Rock it with bright neon colors, a 5 fin convertible set up and blast away summer boredom.