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The original Diamond Drive was specified with a wider nose, the DD2 is more balanced in plane shape, same rocker and bottom shape and a light teardrop nose concave has been included to help with speed control while noseriding. Any other changes are subtle and are the result of ongoing testing. An absolute work horse and proven all-rounder that catches waves easier than any other board in the HI Series. 


9’2 x 22 ½ x 2 ¾ - 64.8L
9’6 x 23 ¼ x 3 1/8 – 78.6L

FINS: In all regular conditions we recommend the FCS Harley XL tri set. In larger open faces or hollow surf, we suggest the FCS Harley XL quad set. Customers that like the extra speed may also like the quad set on small days


Thunderbolt Technology employs cutting-edge materials and techniques to reduce weight while simultaneously enhancing performance, flexibility, board control, and durability. In stark contrast to mass-produced epoxy boards that tend to feel rigid and unresponsive, Thunderbolt's meticulously handcrafted boards elevate the use of superior epoxy materials to a whole new level. These boards offer the same feel and sensitivity as high-quality polyurethane boards but surpass traditional epoxy pop-out constructions in terms of performance. Riders who have experienced these state-of-the-art epoxy boards often claim that they actually provide a superior experience to polyurethane boards.

Each Thunderbolt board is crafted entirely by hand. The process starts with an EPS foam core equipped with a multi-component carbon fiber stringer system, meticulously engineered to deliver optimal flex and responsiveness. Proprietary designs incorporating internal carbon fiber components are strategically positioned on both the deck and the bottom of the board to ensure precise control over flex and maximize strength.

The core shield PVC layer acts as a flexible protective barrier, bolstering the board's durability and strength without compromising its inherent flex and twist characteristics. Abundant use of carbon fiber and fiberglass in the deck, bottom, and rails ensures that Thunderbolt boards not only outperform but also outlast traditional polyurethane boards and other epoxy designs.



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