Model Mango Pit
Class Hybrid/groveler; Simmons/shortboard hybrid
Nose Rocker Low
Tail Rocker Low
Rails 50/50 soft at the nose, performance with hard edge at the tail
Bottom Contours Belly to double
Ideal Conditions Summer waves, soft, slopey, almondy
Ideal Wave Range 1.5' - 4'
Functional Range 1' - Head

The Mango Pit: super fast, energetic yet laid back, just loose enough and extremely fun. The Mango Pit has mini simmons inspired aspects, but is very different overall to produce a more functional surfboard, especially here on the U.S. east coast. The Mango Pit is a unique combination of mini simmons, fish, shortboard and longboard design aspects. Ultra low rocker gives the Mango Pit inherent extremely high speed, but the slight exponential belly in the nose and through the front half of the rail rocker keeps it nice and catch free on steeper drops and bowly waves. The deep double concaves under foot and out the tail add responsiveness and keep the looseness of the wide tail under control, keeping it a bit loose but not overly so. The Mango Pit is designed to catch tons of waves with ease and be versatile, even replacing the longboard in a lot of waves; it can handle the smallest summery wave a short board can possibly paddle in to, and even some nice little almondly barrels. It's designed for the energetic surfer who doesn't take surfing quite so seriously, as well as the soul surfer.


Dome Deck

The standard the industry over, the vast majority of boards in the world have a dome deck which creates a natural volume taper from the stringer down to the rail. It's main purpose is to maximize performance, so if that's at the top of your list no matter what board you're on, the dome deck is the way to go for your Mango Pit.

Flat Deck / Bevelled Rail

The flat deck design serves two purpose: maximize the amount of volume in the board and create a faster response time by not making your foot have to wrap around the dome deck. The bevelled rail prevents the rails from being too thick which would hinder performance and enables a wonderfully performing board. Thick in all the right places and thin in all the right places. This design suits the surfer who prefers ample volume/float.

Length Width Thickness Volume
4'11 20 2 5/16 26.75 L
5'1 20 1/4 2 3/8 29.2 L
5'3 20 1/2 2 7/16 31.3 L
5'5 20 3/4 2 1/2 33.5 L
5'7 21 2 9/16 36.2 L
5'9 21 3/8 2 5/8 39.0 L
5'11 21 3/4 2 11/16 41.8 L
6'2 22 1/4 2 13/16 46.2 L
All dimensions are customizable.

Order the Mango Pit if:
⬩ You want a medium wave board with great small wave ability across a variety of wave shapes & tidal conditions.
⬩ You'd prefer a naturally looser feeling board.
⬩ You want the ability to surf more aggressively or more laid back in the same board; some performance & some soulfulness.

Consider the Skiff if:
⬩ Tiny & small waves are more important than medium+ sized waves.
⬩ Softer, mushier waves are more important than pitchier waves.
⬩ You want the full twin keel fish experience but prefer a naturally looser board.

Consider the Reviver if:
⬩ Tiny & small waves are more important than medium+ sized waves.
⬩ Softer, mushier waves are more important than pitchier waves.
⬩ Maximum performance and precision in small surf is most important.

Consider the Beta Fish if:
⬩ You're looking for a medium wave fish with great small wave ability in mostly soft-to-almondy waves.
⬩ You want a fast board that's naturally somewhat loose but also has precision to play with vertical surfing.
⬩ You're torn between a groveler shortboard and a twin keel fish.

Recommended setup for your Mango Pit: