We don't generally highlight boards by their bottom decks, but hey... just look at it.
This is a Tugu.
A rockered out pintail ninefooter named after the Balinese break where it was developed by Doc Bexon and his friendly expert testdummies.
With its specific combination of features in a quite compact 9'0 package, this will make a excellent spunky travel log, ór, longboard for someone who doesn't gladly/naturally do longboards and will require it to do things a run of the mill longboard doesn't really do.
Bold claims, I know.
So read its detailed description below by our colleagues of Deus Customs and let that seduce you.
"... the ‘Tugu’, named after our local break. It’s a double ender of sorts with a slow burn rocker. Added to that a subtle concave in the nose that tempers to a smidgen of a roll before finishing out with a panel vee through the tail. Sweet 60/40 rails chart the outline giving away liberal doses of both hold and turn. Put through it’s paces by Thomas himself, before he was happy enough to let it be test driven by a couple of hard riders; Husni Ridhwan and Little man. By all accounts it came up trumps. This is a board that once you find your point of fulcrum, will chart you through waves from small to way tall."