The cadi is a blend of a noserider and a glider type of board. These boards come standard with a heavier density blank and heavier glass job so it sits just right in the water and plows through the wave. Look to glide through sections and get long noserides when you ride this at your local spot.
Standard glassing is 10 oz bottom and 10 oz/ 8 oz deck. Sizes range from 9’4-10’4, usually 23 1/2 wide and 3 inches thick.
The PMP (Post-Modern Pig)
The original progressor was design with beginners in mind. This year we have revamped it to suit intermediate surfers too. I have refoiled the whole board to a thinner sleeker foil. The rails are medium soft rails to make things very forgiving. I kept a clean rocker so the board catches waves easily and maintains speed. I left a shallow nose concave to create lift while your learning to noseride and lift the nose while your catching waves and help to not pearl. This design is an overall easy and forgiving board for beginner and intermediate surfers .
Standard glassing is 6oz bottom and 60z/8oz deck. This model is available as a pintail and square tail.
The Pozonegro is the black sheep of the Zamora family.
This modern take on a classic shape was the collaboration of IZ and accomplished waterman, Tony Stephens.
Clean and traditional lines are what the Zamora Classic Pintail is all about. Slightly pinched, 50/50 rails combined with a 18″ nose and 15″ pintail allow this board to provide optimum logging fun. The Classic Pintail gains speed off the initial bottom turn, setting the rider up for clean and critical noserides.
Kids these days are keeping it real with the traditional aesthetic of the old school era. Grom logs are just that – advanced foiled longboards sized specifically for our mini-me’s. Shaped with enough forgiveness to help your grommet feel successful, our grom logs are also sufficiently complex to progress them to the next level.