About Pierre …
Favourite waves? Beach Breaks with lots of power, bowels and barrels. or a point break where I can practice surf on the rail or longboard
What is your home break? la Torch in Brittany, France
If you could surf any spots for the rest of your life what would it be? I want to travel allot! id like to first surf Lance’s Right, Keramas and Kelly’s wave pool! with my friends. My dream is to surf rincon, trestles,sandpit , noosa head, bells beach. pipe… and never stop traveling
WHAT I RIDE?
MY MAIN SURFBOARD
This Board is perfect for the surfer looking for fast paced performance surfing, in the pocket and the open face. Its shape makes it ideal for faster waves with more power, as it can handle those steeper drops, vertical sections and more. Allowing you to have lightning fast response under your feet giving you that extra edge you have been looking for in those bigger waves.
• High-performance rocker for tight pocket surfing • Single to light double concave between the fins • Tri fin • Squash tail • Ride 1-2” shorter and ¼” – ½” wider than a normal shortboard
OTHER BOARDS I RIDE
The Big Squid is our new-school long board with all the traditional fun features of that old-school smooth style. It has a low entry rocker combined with a fuller outline to create the perfect stable platform for cross-stepping and nose riding. The thinned out, tucked in tail allows for incredible rail to rail control for more progressive and modern off the lip style surfing. The pulled in squash tail performs effortlessly with the fin set up allowing this board to be ridden as a single or a thruster for added versatility in different waves. That added smoothness between transitions makes this board fast and loose in the pocket giving you just enough release on more progressive manoeuvres. The single concave flatter deck and rocker line of the Big Squid provide incredible speed and momentum for paddling and riding and the volume displacement gives you the ability to be highly manoeuvrable while being incredibly forgiving. The Big Squid is made with a lightweight EPS foam and robust epoxy construction making it highly manoeuvrable and on average 30% stronger and 20% lighter than average polyurethane boards.