Quivers: Kieren Perrow

(Starting clockwise by Kieren’s right hand)

5’10″ rounded square Salomon S-Core shaped by Greg Webber–18.15 inches wide by 2.15 inches thick: “My little-wave board–this thing is unbelievable when it’s two feet or less. It’s a bit shorter and a small amount wider and thicker than my shortboard for faster planing. It also has a straighter plan-shape to keep it drivey.”

6’1″ squash Salomon S-Core shaped by Greg Webber–eighteen inches wide by 2.1 inches thick: “This board’s for overhead waves, has a narrower tail, and more rocker and concave, so it holds unreal in the pocket.”

6’9″ pintail Salomon S-Core shaped by Eric Arakawa–eighteen inches wide by 2.15 inches thick: “I love this board for Off-The-Wall when it’s six to eight foot. It’s pretty narrow and thin, but is so good in the tube–really fast and sensitive.”

7’0″ pintail Salomon S-Core shaped by Eric Arakawa–eighteen inches wide by 2.2 inches thick: “This is my favorite gun length–it’s good for pretty much anything over eight feet, unless it’s over fifteen. It has a really smooth rocker and low rails so I can turn it.”

6’6″ rounded pin Salomon S-Core shaped by Greg Webber–eighteen inches wide by 2.15 inches thick: “My semi-gun–it has a really narrow tail and heaps of rocker, so it works bullshit (good) in hollow six-foot plus. Greg’s a freak when it comes to curves–he can get them really clean and looking beautiful.”

6’0″ rounded square Salomon S-Core shaped by Greg Webber–eighteen inches wide by 2.1 inches thick: “One of my shortboards. This is a new one we’ve been working on, and I’m stoked with how it’s going. We straightened up the plan-shape in the tail, lowered the rocker slightly to add drive, and made the rail less boxy so I can bring it around more easily–I love it!”

6’0″ rounded square Salomon S-Core shaped by Greg Webber–eighteen inches wide by 2.1 inches thick: “Pretty much the same as my other shortboard, but we moved the fins back a touch to give it more drive and hold in the pocket, and we changed the S-Core to make it a little more flexy. This one’s a favorite, too.”