Setting a new benchmark in the funboard category, Modern made the Falcon PU Surfboard to offer a stable and buoyant option that helps beginner-to-intermediate surfers progress quickly, and actually becomes more fun to ride as more and more of your skills develop. Its wide point is plenty stable so you can pop up with confidence, while the back half of the board tapers steadily towards the tail for easier turning in smaller waves and heightened control in slightly larger waves. Not limiting itself to entry-level, the Falcon offers a stable and cruisy ride for surfers coming off a softboard or bigger longboard, while more capable riders will find a surprising amount of speed and response when getting more aggressive. The rocker helps the board paddle quickly into waves and maintain speed once you're up, and also lets you access steeper parts of the wave. A forward vee running to vee, with double concave between the feet, allows for easier rail-to-rail transitions when turning and more response in the back.
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