"The Wide J 6 has a straighter outline, relaxed rocker, and a wider nose and tail, all of which help it excel in gutless conditions. Despite the preconceived notion that channel bottoms only work well in glassy perfect conditions, the Wide J 6 has proved that channel bottoms can perform well in just about anything. The channels also provide bite to the otherwise "slippery" feeling of a wide tailed board. We have spent a few months developing this model and it is best up to 4” shorter than your standard shortboard and ˝” to 1” wider. "
"One of our lesser know models in the US, The Wide J 6, is now going to be available to the public this week. The Wide J 6 is the cousin of the popular Wide 6 as it shares a similar profile, rocker, and foil. It has been virtually unknown because it was a Japanese exclusive for the last year and a half. It is the Wide 6 with double wings added in the tail to reduce the tail width and you can order it with or without the channels." Chemistry Surfboards
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