Take Stewart’s Redline 11 and shrink it down and you get a really versatile mini longboard that you can ride the tip like a nose rider & crank turns off the tail like a high performance shortboard.
This board paddles really big rides as though they were really small. The Funline 11 Catches a lot of waves for all size surfers, and all conditions. This board is super wide in the front for paddle power. It has a flat straight entry with flip in the tip. It is extra long blended concave in the nose, for trim speed and paddling. The Funline 11 is perfectly blended into a double concave V in the tail for speed and quick rail exchange.
Beveled rails lift the rail and make them really forgiving. Harder edges release water and create insane speed. Bill invented the beveled rail over 30 years ago, and it remains a highlight in a lot of his boards for a reason.
2+1 fin set-up. Short wide fins far forward gives the board drive and keeps it loose. The larger back fin holds in the pocket when riding forward on the nose. The 2+1 fin configuration is another Bill Stewart Innovation that has proved it self time and time again.