Pukas Original Sixtyniner by Axel Lorentz
Pukas Original Sixtyniner
Pukas Original 69er by Axel Lorentz
PERFORMANCE EASY| Versatile and always a hit.
The thruster fin set up in the now iconic wide outline to narrow round pin tail instantly clicked. The success of this board is the result of how good it looks and how good it surfs, everywhere. The shape is mostly designed to be your daily driver and the round pin tail holds even when the waves get hollow.
The Pukas Original 69er by Axel Lorentz focuses on all intermediate surfers that have gone through the first stages of surfing and are ready to take the next step. You have heard it before; having volume in the upper half of the board to paddle with ease and catch waves is a must. Axel wisely mixed it with a tail design that makes the board fun to move, hold when you bottom turn and respond to your turns. This is the board Kepa Acero took on every trip; he trusted it would always be the right board. That’s how fascinating this design is. Versatile and always a hit.
ARCHIVE: Pukas Original Sixtyniner with EPS Technology
Pukas Original Sixtyniner EPS top
Pukas Original Sixtyniner EPS Rocker
Pukas Original Sixtyniner EPS bottom
Kepa Acero’s input: key for success
Kepa Acero talks about the board with Axel Lorentz at the shaping room
Kepa Acero is more into technical details than you think.
Kepa took the Original Sixtyniner’s step up and developed the Baby Swallow.
Single fin box // You asked for it // We listened
Pukas Original Sixtyniner shaped by Axel Lorentz with a single fin box
Kepa Acero switches from tri to single every now and then.
The Pukas Original Sixtyniner remains the same with just an extra possibility.
A bit more
Axel Lorentz is a Pukas master shaper with experience well earned and deserved through the years. The frenchman, now based in Olatu, Pukas’s Factory, has a collection of his own. Want to know more about Axel?
Check out Axel’s other designs. Plus, the Pukas Original Sixtyniner is amongst the surfboards included in the Pukas Test Pilot. Read more…
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