A few years back Rusty designed a board called the Neil and it has gotten more interest in the last year or so. He went back and updated the design, adding more volume and improving the performance in smaller waves, giving you the Diamond Mini or D Min. The D Min catches waves easily and does best in a wide range of conditions from knee high, mush to head high. With the added volume, you want to ride it shorter, similar to a fish. What gives the D Min its name is its diamond tail. The diamond tail is a blend of a round pin and squash and really helps this board with tighter turns than most full, wide everyday surfboards. The low entry rocker and added foam in the chest area with the aggressive tail rocker and vee off the tail makes this board paddle with ease and still have lots of maneuverability to transition from rail to rail. If you’re looking for a versatile, everyday surfboard and an excellent solution to everyday surf conditions, the D Min is the perfect board for you.
This board comes in Epoly with a Futures 5 fin setup. It also has grab rails, a feature not included in a stock D Min, and is smaller than a stock D Min all around.