the wood stringer lay-up looks a little different. instead of one piece it looks like four put together as one (two on bottom two on top in a rectangle)
and "normal foam," i guess it is a bit of a "hybrid" too in the sense that it uses the traditional foam (not divinicell)? and wood. i'm Guessing
it is somewhere between the thickness and stiffness/flex of a traditional board and slingshot board.
p.s. there's another of B Hutton on the DB9. mostly just riding and not so much about the board, but nice. http://www.cwb-tv.com/index.php?mod=clinic
cant wait for more clinics
wonder how much the flex fins flex? only other company with flexible fins is sine. and those babies can be bent a good 90* or more that i saw in a stokemeter vid once, granted they are molded-in
(Message edited by wakerider111 on January 15, 2010)