In early 2019 we started working on prototypes for our soft top program. We wanted a sub 5’0” that could carry volume but still be a ripper. So we made a 4’10” chunky twin-fin that was a little over 30 liters, with a fishy rocker and a wild double-barrel bonzer-style concave. When Asher and Josh tested it, the results were remarkable. It was the first Album board Asher rode and the guys had already stacked internet-breaking clips on a first-draft prototype. So it became the mold for the Seaskate soft top, but we knew we had to make a model out of it. Ride it a little shorter and thicker than a Sunstone. It packs a lot of volume, but don’t be afraid to ride it 3-5 liters more than your shortboard.