The Clandestino is a tribute to the speed shapes of the transition era and the beginnings of high-performance surfing. The sweet spot finds focus over the wide-point behind center fulcrum, where rocker through the vee panel begins to accelerate as the template pulls in to the pintail. The bottom flows from hull entry to tri-plane hull, with each side panel blending into vee. A parabolic double-concave within the vee panel begins at the wide point and deepens as it directs water flow towards the tail. The rail-line rocker goes from high to low, with progressive edge in close harmony with the concaves. Expect insane trim speed, extended perception of time on the high-line, and cutbacks so hard you’ll make sound effects.