Must be uncomfortable to lie on when paddling. And placing your foot on a ridge when standing wouldn’t be ideal. What benefits does the double concave deck offer?
wasn’t designed for comfort, but the section where your chest rests isn’t that curved, it’s more the hollows either side of the centre ridge that makes it look like it might be uncomfortable. Idea is to create a centre line rail to rail responsiveness initially, i.e. due to the tri hull effect, due to the three bands of foam one at centre and two on the rails, but then when on rail the feeling transitions into a catamaran effect with two foam spines i.e. one at centre and one on the inside rail. The the other aspect is to have Double concave both sides gives the heels and toes a much thinner section of foam between foot and water, so this adds stability and and “in the water kind of feel” like Greenough worked on 40 years ago.
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