Dwart is seriously one of the best if not the best for me. My dwarf is a total dayMaker I get so many waves on it and it always keeps me right where I need to be on the wave. Also the joy of getting the waves You want almost every time. The shape volume the pecks all come together to make what I think is the sickest trip I have ever had yet. I’m a diehard rusty customer from the CJ to the kerrossover to the SD And my custom rusty’s I have loved them all but the Dwart changed my game (stepped up)and makes my day every time! Thanks guys keep killin it!!!
I’ve owned 2 of these (5’10 custom, 6’ Torsion Spring. 5’9” 195 over 50
I bought this board right when it came out (when I was living on the beach) at that point had around 6-7 boards and took this one out almost every time. I have owed 2 DWARTS one was a 5'8 then I moved down to a 5'6 (I am 5'11, 165 lbs). Since then have moved to Texas and not surfed in 4 years (very sad but very true) looking at surf trips as I need surfing back in my life; this is the first board I am re stocking my quiver with.
The Dwart is the board I go to for small average surf. I have a 5'7" and the volume makes it paddle like a long board. It catches any wave, and when I just want to have fun, this is the board I choose. It can go pretty fast down the line on better waves also.
I rode a few of my friends Dwarts and loved them . They catch tons of waves and feel nice and loose. I decided to go a few inches bigger than the their boards so I can catch even more waves. The larger board is a complete pig. You have to put all of your weight on your back foot to turn it. I will either have to sell it or gain 30 pounds.