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The Swallowtail was originally designed as a river surfing board. The requirements on rivers is very different to the ocean because you have to get to the waves first. For pure park and surf, any epoxy board will work, but if you have to swim down the river following your kayaking friends to get from wave to wave, the Swallowtail is the ultimate solution because of its volume and plastic construction.
Wider and thicker than most surfboards, it has great flotation so it pushes effectively onto even the smallest of waves. And with the arrival of stand up paddleboarding the Swallowtail has become even more relevant. It's too small to be paddled standing (we have the Aloha for that) but it want be paddled onto waves lying down with the paddle under your chest.
Once on the wave it becomes a high performance, highly maneuverable paddleboard as you slice and dice the wave using your paddle for power and support. Ride it as a quad fin, a tri fin or a 5 fin depending on your preference and the wave conditions.